Simply Classic Swiss Cheese Fondue
To make traditional fondue you simply need two types of Swiss cheese (Gruyère and Emmenthal) and dry white wine. You can use whatever aged cheese is available, but they should ideally less than a year old. Swiss fondue is served with crusty bread, period. Substitute your favorite keto or Gluten Free bread so you too can partake.
Simply Classic Swiss Cheese Fondue
To make traditional fondue you simply need two types of Swiss cheese (Gruyère and Emmenthal) and dry white wine. You can use whatever aged cheese is available, but they should ideally less than a year old. Swiss fondue is served with crusty bread, period. Substitute your favorite keto or Gluten Free bread so you too can partake.
Servings
4servings
Cook Time
20minutes
Servings
4servings
Cook Time
20minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix the wine, garlic and cornstarch in a heavy fondue pot or sauce pan if your fondue set comes with a bowl.
  2. Turn the heat toe medium high and add the grated cheese.  Stir often until the cheese is fully melted, about 20minutes.  When done the mixture will coat the back of a spoon.
  3. Add additional wine to thin if the mixture is to thick, then add the kirsch.
  4. Serve warm, preferably in a fondue pot to keep the heat in.
Recipe Notes

Swiss fondue is served with crusty bread, period.  The bread should be dense with a nice crust and each cube you cut should have a bit of crust on it.  A splash of Kirsch is added at the end and in some circles you will see diners dipping the bread in a glass of kirsch before dipping into the cheese. If you lose your bread in the fondue pot you have to kiss your partner!

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