Recipe By gerke627
Rating
Published Mar 10th
Prep 10m Cook 15m Additional - Ready In 25m
Servings 2 servings Calories 115.4

I first experienced this fondue at a popular chain restaurant. I’ve been trying to make it at home ever since. This is the closest I’ve come and it’s always a big hit! Enjoy for a romantic dinner for 2 at home or prepare a larger quantity for a dinner party. Either way, we rarely have leftovers! Dip chicken, steak, veggies, etc.

Recipe Ingredients

  • 3 ½ cups vegetable stock
  • ½ cup dry red wine
  • ½ cup sliced fresh mushrooms
  • 2 green onions, sliced
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced

Cooking Directions

  1. 1 Heat vegetable stock in a saucepan over medium heat or a fondue pot until simmering; add red wine, mushrooms, green onions, and garlic. Simmer until broth is aromatic, about 15 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

  • Calories 115.4
  • Carbohydrate 12.9 g
  • Fat 1 g
  • Fiber 2.4 g
  • Protein 2.8 g
  • Sodium 811.1 mg
  • Sugar 6.3 g

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Chef's Notes

If you're using an electric fondue pot, heat the vegetable stock on medium in Step 1. If you're using a fondue pot that requires a Sterno(R) fuel source, partially cover the sterno can so that the fondue doesn't get too hot too quickly; While your fondue is simmering, prepare your dippers. Cut vegetables, potatoes, meats, and any other dippers into bite-size pieces; Place your dippers in the fondue pot using skewers. If you use shrimp or other seafood, it will cook quite rapidly (i.e. 1 to 2 minutes) whereas chicken and steak will take a little longer. We like to just put the vegetables into the broth and fish them out when they're tender.

Reviews

  1. It has a similar taste but I followed the recipe exactly and the wine was a little over bearing. Will add a bit more vegetable stock. We do a full melting pot meal with shrimp, steak chicken ravioli and lobster and we needed to refill this quantity once during cooking
  2. Made for a delicious Valentine's Day treat for two. I cut the wine in half and used half chicken stock, half veggie stock. Like another reviewer, I needed to make some extra broth to refill the fondue pot. Thanks for the recipe!
  3. We love Melting Pot s coq au vin. Always go there for every special occasion. This year in our new mountain home we wanted to do the fondue thing for New Year s. Found this recipe and made it. Super easy and my hubby absolutely loved it. Thank you!
  4. For me the recipe was a good base i adjusted it by adding some onion powder salt pepper some beef base and a little more red wine. It came out amazing.
  5. Decided to make this for a very special Valentines Day fondue dinner and it was delicious! I made this exactly as instructed and then dipped slices of a prime filet and some medium sized shrimps. I think we've found an annual Valentines Day tradition.
  6. Very good broth..even though we were missing the mushroom because someone forgot to buy it. I definitely would recommend this broth when you make Fondue. Easy and flavorful.
  7. This had great flavor. We left out the mushrooms as too many were not a fan. We cooked steak asparagus cauliflower fingerling potatoes and broccoli. Will make this again.
  8. I made it for one of our fondue dinners. It was amazing and cooked a variety of meats and veggies with amazing flavor. My four year old loved the shrimp cooked this way he asked for it again two nights later!
  9. Better than the chain restaurant! I sautéed onions & garlic with a small amount of butter before adding the rest of the ingredients to the pot, and turned out amazing!
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