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Cheese Fondue pour 6 personnes
- 600 g (1.3 pounds) Gruyère cheese
- 600 g (1.3 pounds) Fribroug Vacherin cheese
- 600 ml (almost one bottle of wine) of white wine
- 5 dl of white wine (fendant if you can find it)
- 4 teaspoons of potato flour (or corn flour) with 5 cl of Kirsch (a cherry brandy)
- 1 cloves of garlic
- Poivre du moulin et râpure de muscade
2-Rub the interior of your caquelon with the clove of garlic cut into two and leave it in the caquelon then.
3-Heat the white wine in the caquelon with soft fire.
4-Pepper, add a nutmeg râpure and pour your grated cheeses or half-compartments into small pieces.
5-Stir up unceasingly with your spatula. It is very important that your cheese does not attach. If the fondue is too thick you can dilute it with a little dry white wine.
6-Juste before present your fondue, to add your potato flour diluted in 5 kirsch Cl. and stir up last once.
7-Once your caquelon on its stove with soft fire to respect the texture of the vacherin (use an electric stove, or if you do not have any, a flammable gel) your guests cut out with the hand of the small pieces of bread which they prick on the forks with molten and plunge then in cheese…
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