I have a few recipes that my kids ask for over and over, this is one of them! We love cheese fondue. Not just any fondue, this fondue. It's made with cheddar and kids like this flavor much better than the traditional swiss. I serve both when I host parties and oft times the adults like this one better as well. I think the mild flavor served with fresh bread is always a hit with any age group.
I thought that this would be something that I would not be able to enjoy once I went on a gluten free diet. Thankfully it works great with a GF flour blend and I make my flat bread. All of my guest love the bread and can't believe it is gluten free.
Cheddar Cheese Fondue
2 C. milk..I use whole milk.
1 T. Worcestershire Sauce
2 tsp. dry mustard
1 clove of minced garlic
3 T. flour (I use GF flour)
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1 T. water
6 Cups shredded cheddar cheese
**I use 3 cups of medium cheddar and 3 cups of sharp cheddar. I have also substituted some of the cheddar for Swiss cheese. Taste the fondue and make sure that you can "taste" the cheese, if not , add a little bit more cheese. Cheese has different flavors and some are stronger than others.
1. Combine the first four ingredients until just starting to boil; add the flour.
2. Mix baking soda with 1 T. water and add to flour/milk mixture. Cook and stir until thickened.
3. Add all of the cheese at once. Turn heat down and stir until well combined.
To reheat, either use the microwave or a sauce pan on the stove. Be careful not to burn it on the stove.
4. Serve with apples and/or bread.
NOTE: The baking soda blends the fondue so that it is smooth. If you leave it out, it may look grainy and separate.
|Recipe can be found here.|
Written by Sherron Watson