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  • Mexican Chili Fondue - Austin American Stateman (American Dairy Assoc.)

    Yet another recipe that I have really enjoyed Also a recipe that was posted in local newspaper several years ago.

    MEXICAN CHILI FONDUE

    1 1/2c (6oz) shredded jalapeno pepper jack cheese
    1 1/2c (6oz) shredded white cheddar cheese
    2T plus 1 1/2t cornstarch
    1 1/2c chicken borth
    6T fresh lemon juice
    1t minced garlic
    1/4t dried oregano leaves
    1/4t gound cumin
    1T thinly sliced green onions
    2T chopped black olives

    Ideas for dipping: sugar snap peas, baby corn, broccoli florest, asparagus spears, mini carrots, jicama and tortillas.

    In a medium bowl toss the cheeses with corn starch.

    In a medium heavy-bottomed saucepan, heat chicken broth, lemon juice, garlic, oregano and cumin until barley simmering. Add the cheeses, a handful ata time, stirring until the cheese is melted before adding more. When all the cheese has been added, stir in the green onions & olives.

    Transfer fondue to an enamel or ceramic fondue pot and keep warm over a fondue burner. Serve immediatley with fressh veggies for dipping.

    (nutritional info: 1/4c = 160 cal., 13g total fat, 4g carbs)

    Bon Appetit Beth

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    Re: Mexican Chili Fondue - Austin American Stateman (American Dairy Assoc.)

    How many does this serve?

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      Re: Mexican Chili Fondue - Austin American Stateman (American Dairy Assoc.)

      well...it would depend on what else you are serving. I make it along with guacamole .. enchiladas, pinto beans, rspanish rice, etc...... a regular Texas meal.

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        Re: Mexican Chili Fondue - Austin American Stateman (American Dairy Assoc.)

        Thanks, BJ! Actually, my friend is hosting a taco bar for her son's grad party. I came across your recipe, which sounded delicious, and thought I'd make it for her shindig. I'm not sure how many guests she is expecting, though, and wondered if this recipe makes a lot or if I should double it.

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        • #5
          Re: Mexican Chili Fondue - Austin American Stateman (American Dairy Assoc.)

          You can tell by the ingredients that it makes approx. 5 cups of dip.

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