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Seafood Fondue Recipe: Fondue with Salmon, Swordfish, and Shrimp

 
Seafood Fondue Recipe

This seafood fondue recipe page includes a hot oil fondue recipe with lots of seafood and links to several other fish fondue, lobster fondue, crab fondue, or shrimp fondue recipes.

Fondue bourguignonne or hot oil fondue is a delicious way to enjoy fish and seafood but you must be careful with the fondue pot that is filled with hot oil! If you want to enjoy seafood fondue with fewer calories, you can also try seafood fondue in broth.


Seafood Fondue Recipe: Fish and Shrimp Fondue in Hot Oil

250 g(1/2 lb)Salmon
250 g(1/2 lb)Swordfish
250 g(1/2 lb)Shrimp
250 g(1/2 lb)Scallops
500 ml(2 cups)Peanut Oil

1. Rinse the fish and seafood and cut into bite-sized pieces.

2. Arrange the seafood and fish on separate serving plates and keep refrigerated until fondue time.

3. Carefully pour enough oil to fill up to 1/2 or 2/3 of your fondue pot. Make sure that your pot can withstand the high temperatures associated with hot-oil fondue.

4. Carefully light the fondue burner and adjust the heat.

5. Place your dippers on a fondue fork, then fry in the fondue pot for about 1 minute or so.

6. Let it cool on your plate for a few seconds.

7. Transfer onto a regular fork and dip into one of the seafood dips.

8. Enjoy and repeat!

You can serve this hot-oil fondue with a side salad and rice. There are more seafood fondue recipes for you to choose from in our navigational sub-menu and below:

Scallops, Halibut and Shrimp Fondue Recipes

Crab Fondue Recipe with Beer

Hot Crab Fondue with Cream Cheese

Shrimp and Crab Fondue Recipe in Broth

Shrimp Fondue Recipe with Cream Cheese

Prawn Fondue with Romano Cheese

Lobster Fondue Recipe with Swiss Cheese

Crab Fondue with Cider

Fish Fondue Recipes with Potatoes, Scallops, and Shrimp





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