This recipe is perfect for the autumn apple harvest and is super popular with kids!
Cheddar and Cider Fondue
|1||garlic clove, cut in half|
|1 cup||250 ml||apple cider|
|2 tbsp||30 ml||flour or corn starch|
|1 lb||old cheddar|
|1 tsp||5 ml||apple cider vinegar|
|1 tsp||5 ml||chili powder|
|salt and pepper to taste|
Recommended Dippers for this Cheddar Cheese Fondue Recipe
- Steamed vegetables (bite-sized) such as broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, mushrooms, etc.
- Slices of apples
- Bread pieces (French or Italian bread are best)
- Cooked meat like ham, pepperoni, etc.
1- Rub the garlic halves in your fondue pot, then discard.
2- Pour the apple cider into your fondue pot and light the burner (medium).
3- Mix in the flour/corn starch with a whisk, then bring to a boil, and then reduce heat.
4- Melt cheese into it, one handful at a time.
5- Add spices and vinegar.
6- Dip away!
Don’t have apple cider? Try this cheese fondue recipe that uses lemon juice.