|Traditional Food from Wales|
|by Bobby Freeman|
A collection of Welsh food and customs through the centuries, from 12th century Welsh nobility to 18th century gentry; from cottager, farmer, fish...
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Coat flour over cheese. Heat all ingredients in fondue. Serve with fresh vegetables.
Shred the cheese and set aside. ... Serve in a fondue pot, with a ... so as to keep the fondue hot. With fondue forks, dip chunks of crusty bread in it.
About 30 minutes before serving: In fondue pot or saucepan ... medium bowl, toss cheese with flour. Into ... it may turn dark but will still be delicious.
Melt butter. Blend ... constantly until thickened. Add cheese and cook, stirring until melted. Serves 4-6. Serve with small chunks of pumpernickel bread.
Mix all ingredients ... is a matter of taste preference. Bake at 357 degrees until golden brown. Break into small pieces for dipping into cheese fondue.
1. Mix cottage cheese with 1/4 cup ... for dipping into fondue mixture. NOTE: Fondue ... Crisp vegetable sticks, warm chunks of ham, fried potato rounds.
In a small ... Ragu sauce. Add cheeses gradually, stirring over ... putting mixture into fondue pot. Dip bread ... is too thick add a little more wine.)
Toss flour, salt, pepper and cheese until cheese is ... inside of earthenware fondue pot. Heat beer ... servings. DIPPERS: corn bread, rolled tortillas.
Mix together in ... Mix flour with cheese. Slowly add ... Worcestershire sauce; mix and pour into fondue pot. Serve with chunks of French or Italian bread.
Melt butter in ... not brown. Add cheese, ketchup, Worcestershire ... Add clams and sherry if used. Serve with an assortment of crackers or raw vegetables.
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