This Fondue mix contains no corn starch, spices or similar ingredients have been added and naturally no rinds are used in this high-quality fondue. Ingredients: cave-ripened hard and semi-hard cheese from Switzerland made with UNPASTEURISED and pasteurised milk.
Consistency: Very creamy
Ingredients: Cheese 52%, White Wine, Water, Potato Starch, Kirsch Brandy, Salt, Emulsifying Salt (E339), Spices and Stabiliser (Locust Bean Gum), Pasteurised, contains Alcohol, Lactose content less than 0,01g/100g
Fat: 45% fat in dry matter
Nutritional value per 100g: Energy value 1628 kJ / 392 kcal Protein 26.2g Carbohydrate 1g Fat 31.5g Saturated 18.54g Salt 1.59g
You can use the fondue mix in this traditional Fondue Recipe which uses garlic, white wine and lemon juice. For ideas on pairing wines, take a look at our Alpine cheese and wine pairing guide. Fiona Beckett suggests Swiss Chasselas, or Chignin, or Roussette from Savoie. Crisp dry whites such as Muscadet, Chablis, dry Alsace or Austrian Reisling, or a young Grüner Veltliner. For a red wine she suggests a fresh, light-bodied one like a young red Burgundy, Gamay or Dole.
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