Fondue for Two +

20 Oct

The weather is not as warm, and it’s about that time to move the parties indoors.  The holidays are soon approaching, and get togethers are the name of the game.  Everyone wants their party to be unique and fun.

Let’s consider fondue.  There are so many different kinds of fondue that you can get pretty creative.  Fondues can be served during cocktail hour, or even as dessert.  Either way they are usually tons of fun. The thing about fondue, is that it is so easy to make, and it is also a conversational piece.  Fondues are so quaint, the way that they are set up, can make a big difference in your parties décor, giving it a hint of elegance.

You can serve your fondues with all kinds of dippers such as breads, fruit, and crudité (raw or blanched vegetables served as an hors d’oeuvre and often accompanied by a dip).

Here is a tasty and unusual fondue recipe.  I hope you enjoy it!

Smoked Salmon Fondue

For the Garnish

1Tbl        Capers

1Tsp       Minced Chive

1Tbl        Chopped Fresh Dill

For the Fondue

¾ Cup    Dry White Wine

¾ Cup    Water

2Tsp       Lemon Juice

2Tsp       Juice from Capers

1Tbl        Cornstarch

1Tsp       Freshly Ground Black Pepper

8oz         Smoked Salmon

8oz         Havarti, Cubed

8oz         Cream Cheese

In a separate bowl, mix together capers, chives and dill.  Set aside.

Place all ingredients in blender.  Run for 3-4 minutes until mixture is smooth.  Pour mixture into fondue pot.  Stir garnish into mixture.

The Dippers

Cubed country French bread, onion bagels, steamed or grilled asparagus, cubed avocado, cucumber sticks, radishes and Belgian endive leaves.

Mmm take a bite out of that!

One Response to “Fondue for Two +”


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