Cheese fondue is a delicious, fun treat to have at parties. Cheddar works fantastically in a fondue, but feel free to use any other melting cheeses, such as Emmental, Gruyere or Gouda in the pot. Use a light to medium British ale for this fondue recipe from Nathan Outlaw.
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Rub the garlic inside the fondue pot, then discard
2 garlic cloves
Pour the beer and lemon juice into the pot and turn on the burner. Let the beer and lemon juice warm up without boiling. Reduce heat and add the grated cheese. With a spoon, mix well and stir regularly
500ml of Sharps Doom Bar beer
1 tbsp of lemon juice
450g of cheddar, grated
Add remaining ingredients and pepper to taste. If the mixture is too hard, add more beer and if the mixture is too soft, add more cheese
2 tbsp of plain flour
2 tsp ground nutmeg
2 tsp paprika
To serve, dip the raw root vegetables and pieces of bread into the fondue
1 loaf of bread
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