Cheese fondue recipe
- Cuisine: Uruguayan
- Prep Time: 10 min(s)
- Cook Time: 25 min(s)
- Serves 8
Latin American and Spanish wines are a great combination for cheese fondue. You can prepare the fondue at home, and try the variety of wines that are now arriving to Australia from America. Learn how to prepare the Uruguayan version of the fondue. Amy Gilmour, from Untapped Wines, gives us some tips on which South American wines in Australia to have with the fondue.
Ingredients500g camembert cheese
1 cup grated Gruyere
½ cup grated colby cheese
500ml thickened cream
2 tbsp French mustard
250ml dry white wine
Different types of bread, cut into cubes
4 hot dogs
PreparationPlace the camembert cheese in a large microwave bowl.
Add the other cheeses, cream and mustard.
Microwave for about 2 minutes, or until the cheese has melted.
Pour this mixture into a blender with the white wine and combine all the ingredients.
Place the mixture in a crockpot and cook over a low heat for 15 minutes to reduce the alcohol.
Place the crockpot in the middle of the table and serve the fondue with a platter of different types of bread and sausages.
Place long forks around the pot for each diner to dip the pieces of bread or sausage in the fondue.
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