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Fiesta Cheese Fondue Recipe

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Having a theme party? Try this fiesta cheese fondue recipe. It goes well with beer, tequila or margaritas.

The old Swiss cheese fondue with a Mexican kick. Bring out the Mariachi, your party is waiting!

Mexican Fiesta Fondue Recipe

250 ml(1 cup)Mexican beer (Corona, Sol or Dos Equis are great)
15 ml(1 tbsp)Lemon Juice
45 ml(3 tbsp)Chili peppers, chopped (seeded if you don't like it too spicy)
45 ml(3 tbsp)Mild green pepper, seeded and chopped
550 g (1 lb)Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
30 ml(2 tbsp)Flour
15 ml(1 tbsp)Fresh cilantro, chopped
2 ml(1/2 tsp)Cumin
2 ml(1/2 tsp)Paprika

1. Pour the beer into the pot and turn on the burner.

2. With the burner on high, let the beer foam, then add the lemon juice.

3. Reduce heat and add the chili peppers and mild pepper.

4. In a separate bowl, combine the cheese and flour.

5. Gradually incorporate the cheese flour mixture into the beer and lemon juice.

6. Add remaining ingredients to your cheese fondue pot.

7. Add pepper to taste.

8. If the mixture is too hard, add beer. If the mixture is too soft, add cheese.

9. Dip tortilla chips, tomato wedges, pepperoni slices or avocado slices.

10. Let the dipped pieces cool off for a few seconds, then enjoy and repeat but no double-dipping!

Note: Feel free to adjust the spiciness of this recipe based on the taste of your guests.

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