Have Fun With Fondue
A night with family and friends is always a nice addition to our busy lives. When did you last enjoy great conversion over a delicious meal without having to spend a fortune or slaving for hours in the kitchen? If you can't remember, then perhaps it's time to enjoy fondue at home.
Fondue for All Tastes
While "fondue" refers to a warm liquid in which you dip tasty treats, there is more than one variety of fondue for you to choose from. The most common fondues are as follows:
Cheese Fondue -- This type of fondue can contain wine, beer, Kirsch, milk or cream and lots of cheese. Obviously, spices are also added to make the whole thing even more delicious. There are even Italian, Mexican, pizza or Reuben versions of this delicious dish. The most common dippers are pieces of bread, but cooked vegetables, cooked meat and apples also taste great.
Chocolate Fondue -- Chocolate fondue is a wonderful treat at the end of a day. You can try different variety of chocolates, such as milk, dark or white and even mix a few types. Once again, milk, cream or liqueurs are often added to improve the texture and flavor. Common dippers for chocolate fondue are: fruit, cookies, wafers, waffles, cake, donuts, nuts, macaroons, pretzels, popcorn and whatever else would taste great covered in chocolate!
Caramel Fondue -- This type of fondue is similar to chocolate fondue other than the obvious use of caramel instead of chocolate. Common dippers for caramel fondue are: pecans, fruit, cookies, wafers, donuts, nuts, pretzels, popcorn and almonds.