This is my Foodie Friday contribution this week.
In the mood for Cheese Fondue, I found a recipe of Tyler Florence’s at Food Network. Then, I stumbled on this at the deli counter at the grocery store.
I thought I’d give it a try, since I didn’t have any Kirsch and didn’t want to buy a bottle. The ingredients are practically identical to the Food Network recipe. The package was $12.99, so definitely a money saver when you consider the price of cheese. The directions called for heating it over medium heat, stirring as it melted.
I chose summer sausage, bread, steamed broccoli, cherry tomatoes, and a chicken & prosciutto tortellini for dipping.
It melted easily, had a good consistency, and great flavor.
If you can find this at your market, I recommend it.
Some might call it fondue, we called it dinner :-)
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Looks like a great dinner to me too. Thanks for sharing this product…now to see if I can find it!
It looks divine! I wish I had some right now!
Wow, I didn’t know the ready-made fondue existed. I sometimes make it from scratch, trying to replicate The Melting Pot’s cheese fondue, and the ingredients in this are the same.
Oh, I wish I had this now. It’s so beautifully presented, and it’s making me hungry! I love the idea of fondue with veggies. I am crossing my fingers, hoping that Publix or Kroger has this brand.
Ya, that would be dinner at our house too. The teenage boys would lick the fondue pot clean. Wonderful!
Yummy dinner for sure. I’ve got to take a look at the grocery store. Thanks for the recomendation.
I’m copying this tomorrow night! Found the fondue!