Successful Together: Beer Cheese Fondue Recipe

March 01, 2012

Beer Cheese Fondue Recipe

Beer Cheese Fondue Recipe

This is a guest post by Elana Birnbaum.
If you’re looking for a dish that’s perfect for parties, this is the recipe for you. The Beer Cheese Fondue is unique, delicious and easy to prepare. It’s a great snack or appetizer that you and your guests won’t be able to get enough of.  You don’t need much for this recipe, but you will need a fondue pot. You will also need several cheeses including 2 cups (8 oz.) of Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese, 2 cups (8 oz.) of Shredded Colby-Jack Cheese and 1-1/4 cups (5 oz.) of Shredded Swiss Cheese. Other ingredients include 1 tbsp. of corn starch and 1 tsp. of hot sauce for a bold flavor. Finally, you will need beer (3/4 of a cup) and a loaf of French bread cut into cubes for you to dip into the fondue. If you’ll be serving this appetizer to those under 21, non-alcoholic beer will work for this recipe as well.
To make this enjoyable, tasty snack, start by tossing your array of cheeses into a medium sized bowl filled with your cornstarch and set this mixture aside. Next, pour your beer into your fondue pot and bring to a boil over high heat. Then, reduce the heat setting to low and add your cheese and cornstarch mixture. Stir constantly for two minutes or until the cheese melted and mix in your hot sauce. Finally, place your fondue pot over a low flame and use skewers to dip your bread cubes into your Beer Cheese Fondue. This delicious treat can be prepared in less than fifteen minutes and can serve up to eight close friends, family members or party guests of your choosing.  It’s a simple recipe that nearly anyone can make and everyone will love, fondue always seems to impress people. Consider making this recipe part of a fondue night with all sorts of fun fondue’s from cheese to chocolate, it’s sure to be a hit.

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