Enameled Cast Iron Fondue Set (1.75-qt.): Cherry Red by Le Creuset
Sitting around an indoor fire, dipping delicacies into sumptuous sauces - fondue is an intimate dining experience for everyone at the table. Bringing a Le Creuset fondue pot to the table allows you to serve with color and spend more time with your company. The cast iron pot starts on the stove, reta... See complete description »
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Sitting around an indoor fire, dipping delicacies into sumptuous sauces - fondue is an intimate dining experience for everyone at the table. Bringing a Le Creuset fondue pot to the table allows you to serve with color and spend more time with your company. The cast iron pot starts on the stove, retains heat longer and is more durable than a clay-based pot.
This particular fondue is great for cheese and choclate. I tried cooking veggies and meat and that didn't do so good. I was told by someone I know that the metal one's are better for veggies and meat but this one is great for cheese and choclate. We had a blast making dinner with it.
Good for chocolate fondue!
I have never owned a fondue pot, but love Le Creuset products. The price was right, and I thought it would be a fun thing to have for "family fun night" with our five children. My family had a wonderful time (and loads of laughs, as their faces were covered in chocolate by the end) with the chocolate fondue and strawberries. The Le Creuset pot is heavy and of good quality.
Remember that when melting chocolate for a chocolate fondue, never add water! Adding water to chocolate causes it to "seize"- meaning the cocoa particles separate from the cocoa butter, causing it to become grainy and unusable. Instead, use a few tablespoons of cream to melt chocolate- and make sure to gently warm the cream before adding it to the melting chocolate.