This was the hit of the party. It was a bit thin so I added about a cup more swiss cheese. Guests were eating it by the ladle full.
nilazelan Posted: 12/26/09
amygren Posted: 03/23/10
I loved this dish and would definitely make it again for any occasion. I followed the recipe exactly (used Chateau St. Michelle's Dry Riesling and cheap store brand pre-grated swiss cheese). A wallet-friendly fondue that tastes like you spent good money on cheese! I served this at a 'girls night in' dinner for friends with sour dough, green apples, and fresh broccoli. Everyone there had previously tried my favorite fondue recipe involving garlic, emmantaler swiss, gruyere, and a little fresh-grated nutmeg. I still prefered the slightly nuttier taste of the old recipe but everybody else said they couldn't tell the difference without a side by side comparison. And considering the price of cheese right now this is a very worthy alternative that stands on its own as a great recipe.