Cheese Fondue with a Twist

Yummy yummy tasty tasty treat for my tummy and for some one special too...melting hot pot of spicy cheese served with favorite condiments is truly a feast for a dull cold winter nights...:) I've used few local and international blend cheese for this recipe.


100 Grams Brie Cheese
100 Grams Grinzing Cheese or Monterey Jack Cheese
50 Grams Britannia Processed Cheese

All these cheese are available in major super markets in Bangalore @ MG 1 Food Hall, Auchan hypermarket, Big market and Big Bazaar.

3 Tbsp Corn Starch
1 Cup White Wine
5 Cloves Garlic
5 Sprigs Cilantro
2 Pinch Nutmeg Powder
1/4 Tsp Black Pepper Powder
A pinch Cinnamon Powder
1/4 Tsp Green Chilly Paste
Salt to taste.

To Serve:
Carrot Sticks
Celery Sticks
Par boiled Cauliflower 
Chicken Sausages
Bread Cubes

 Prep Up:
  1. Grate the Cheese and mix the corn flour and reserve in a plate.
  2. Clean wash and finely Chop the cilantro and garlic.
  • On a medium flame heat a heavy bottom pot add wine and bring to a boil slowly add the grated cheese and keep stirring add garlic and cilantro to the melted cheese and keep stirring add salt if needed. add the spices nutmeg, pepper and cinnamon powder and stir add the chilly paste and stir bring to a boil and reserve in a fondue pot on a low flame and serve with condiments enjoy...:)


  1. lovely recipe and neat explanation :)

  2. Wow would love to have some now sis...looks so yummy...

  3. wic brand of white wine u r using??

  4. hi
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