Swiss Cheese Fondue

Cooking Info – Classical starter for a meal or use for a get together event. Can be originally from Switzerland or France, a mix of phenomenal cheeses.


  • 2 cloves of Garlic
  • 4 oz (400gr) Gruyere cheese grated
  • 4 0z ( 100gr) Stonetown Grand Trunk cheese grated
  • 4 0z  (100gr) Emmenthal  cheese grated
  • 4 0z (100gr) Swiss cheese Vacherin grated
  • 1 ½ cup ( 300 ml) dry white wine
  • Splash of Kirsh to taste (optional)
  • Crack black pepper to taste
  • Fresh grated nutmeg to taste.
  • 4 tsp cornstarch

For dipping:

  • 1 old day baguette cut in cubes ( non classic options are rye breads and rustic options you can experiment with and don’t forget to share with #picdin)
  • Green apple cut into cubes
  • Broccoli or cauliflowers lightly blanch
  • Red pepper, sautéed artichoke hearts, pearl onions.
  • Most of these are classical cheese fondue that is used. Saying that the culinary world is your oyster. Look at grilled meats, seafood, favourite vegetable and fun to explore.


  1. Brush the inside of a fondue pot with crushed garlic clove and then chopped finely and place them into the pot.
  2. Add the cheese, corn-starch, pepper and nutmeg
  3. Add the wine and cook over medium heat mixing continuously until cheese as melted and smooth
  4. Simmer slowly and adjust the seasoning.
  5. Place immediately on a fondue burner and serve with the dipping accompaniments.

Bon Appetit.

Prep Time = 15 mins

Cook Time = 10 mins

Ready in = 45 mins

Wine Pairing – Riesling or Pinot Noir.

Juice Pairing – Ginger Spice.

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