Easiest Way to Make Cheese Fondue




Introduction: Easiest Way to Make Cheese Fondue

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Ever since I was introduced to cheese fondue I was hooked. Who wouldn’t love this hot, yummy, cheesy goodness, all in a pot?! If you’re all about low carbs or low fat, you’ll need to look elsewhere. For years, I spent a lot more money to buy Gruyere cheese, but I came up with this much more frugal version. Plus it’s easier to make with these shredded cheeses. The full recipe and instructions are at http://www.rootfamilyreview.com/frugal-cheese-fondue/

Step 1: Prepare the Ingredients


Monterey Jack cheese, (bag/pre-shredded)

parmesan cheese, (bag/pre-shredded)



Roasted Garlic Bread or other artisan-style bread of your choice

Full recipe link to rootfamilyreview.com

Step 2: Add Garlic and Wine, Heat on Med-high to Bring to a Bubble

Step 3: Mix Cheeses With Cornstarch, Then Add to Pot 1/2 Cup at a Time

The trick to making the cheeses melt well together is to first mix them up in a large bowl with the cornstarch. This keeps the cheese from clumping together. Add about 1/3 to 1/2 of a cup of cheese to the wine at a time, let it melt, then add more cheese until it's all in the fondue pot.

Full recipe link to rootfamilyreview.com

Step 4: Enjoy!

My favorite bread to use is the Roasted Garlic Bread from Costco.

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!


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    Nice instructable. (As a Swiss I will try look over the use of non-swiss-cheese, but its hard ;-) )
    Just an other insider tip: Fondue should always be stirred in a 8-shape. It prevents the cheese from backing to the pan in the Center.


    Reply 5 years ago

    I always have Gruyere on hand too, but my kids now prefer my "easy method" :) Great tip on the stirring, I'll try that next time, thanks!