With the classic cheese fondue you dip white bread like baguette and ciabatta (ideally one day old) in the hot cheese. Boiled potatoes are also perfect for dunking in. The wonderful thing about the cheese fondue though is that you can try out new different flavours time and time again. In particular, succulent fruit in cheese fondue is becoming more and more popular as the fruit acids result in an exciting combination of flavours with the cheese.
For example, why not try grapes, apple slices, pear chunks, plums, figs or exotic fruits like pineapple or physalis and be surprised by the new variations! Vegetables are a tasty version for anyone who doesn’t like things quite as fruity. Whether it’s courgettes, mushrooms, pearl onions, gherkins, olives, peppers or cocktail tomatoes, a cheese fondue invites you to experiment together. A tip for a cheese fondue evening with family or friends: prepare both bread and fruit and vegetables . So there’s sure to be something for all tastes. And don’t forget to set a “punishment” beforehand for anyone who loses their food in it. Have fun!