Fondue Recipes for Chicken Fondue

Go ahead and try one of these fondue recipes for chicken fondue (listed on our sitemap). They are delicious! But, before you start planning your next chicken fondue party, you'll need to decide between having an oil-based or broth-based fondue.

Choosing broth-based chicken fondues means that you can shave a significant number of calories and grams of fat and you can also control the amount of sodium if you make your own chicken broth.

If you would rather have an oil-based chicken fondue, that's all right too! Hot oil fondue is also called Fondue Bourguignonne.


Fondue Recipes for Chicken – Oil Fondue

Chicken fondue in hot oil can be summarized as cooking small cubes of raw chicken into hot oil (180 to 190C or 350 to 375F) for a minute or two before dipping the meat into a delicious fondue dip.

Should you opt for this option, here are a few tips that you need to keep in mind. Make sure to read these hot oil fondue tips before you get started:

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  • If you have different types of meat available, keep them on separate plates to avoid contamination or salmonella.
  • Keep your chicken refrigerated until it's fondue time.
  • Ensure chicken is thoroughly cooked.
  • If you want to prevent double-dipping, you can set up individual dip containers or use special fondue plates with compartments to accommodate various dips, like the Swissmar Fondue Plates.
  • Do not move a pot filled with hot oil.
  • Keep in mind that a portion of chicken should be equal to the size of your palm and should be cut into bite-sized pieces slightly larger than dice.

Fondue Recipes for Chicken Fondue – Broth




Chicken fondue in broth can be summarized as cooking small cubes or slices of raw chicken into a delicious boiling soup broth for a minute or two. You could call it soup on a stick I guess…

You can then dip the meat (and vegetables) into delicious fondue sauces that you can place in your Trudeau 23 Piece Festival Lazy Susan Fondue Set.

If you've decided to use one of the broth-based fondue recipes for chicken, here are a few tips that you need to keep in mind:

  • If you have different types of meat available, keep them on separate plates to avoid contamination or salmonella.
  • Keep your meats refrigerated until it's fondue time.
  • Ensure chicken is thoroughly cooked.
  • If you want to prevent double-dipping, you can set up individual dip containers or use special fondue plates with compartments to accommodate various dips.
  • Don't be afraid to add vegetables as additional dipping items. Simply ensure that they are bite-sized pieces and that they will not easily fall off the fork.
  • Keep extra broth available nearby as broth quickly evaporates or gets soaked into the pieces that are taken out.
  • Do not move a pot filled with hot broth and be careful with electric pots that have a cord that could get in the way.
  • Only use the right equipment. You will need a burner to maintain the temperature high enough. Tea candles are not hot enough.
  • Keep in mind that a portion of chicken should be equal to the size of your palm and should be cut into bite-sized pieces slightly larger than dice.





Once you are done with these fondue recipes for chicken fondue, don't be afraid to finish off your meal with chocolate fondue or another dessert fondue!

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