BOSKA Tea Light Tapas Fondue Set for Cheese or Chocolate, Taste Collection, Black, 14oz/400ml
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- Tapas cheese fondue set includes: ceramic cheese fondue set, mahogany wood board, metal ring, 4 forks and 1 tea light
- Ceramic black cheese fondue pot and mahogany wood board
- Entertain and serves up to 6 people
- Fondue pot measures 400 GR/.88 lbs
- Dishwasher and microwave safe
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At Boska Holland we've been crazy about cheese for over 100 years! Boska cheese fondue sets come in different shapes and styles. There is something for everyone! With the small, square Tapas Cheese fondue sets, several flavors can be easily put side by side and enjoyed with bread, vegetables and a salad. But cheese fondue can also be served as a Spanish tapas dish or a Dutch cocktail snack, accompanied by a good glass of wine of course! A cozy tea light candle keeps the cheese warm throughout the night. You should try, for a change, fondue with chocolate. Delicious!
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I cook the fondue in a nonstick pot and transfer it in the ceramic fondue pot just before serving. The tea light does a good job of keeping the fondue hot and in the liquid state. Even with the traditional Swiss fondue pots, cheese tends to burn/form a ball close to the heat source, so I give the fondue a little swirl with my bread every now and then. In the end, my husband and I were able to eat only half of the fondue - so this size pot can definitely feed 4 people. I covered the leftover fondue (still in the ceramic pot) with a cling wrap and stored it in the fridge. To eat it again, I heated the entire thing in the microwave a minute at a time, 2 to 3 times, giving it a swirl with a spoon after each minute.
This little beauty is just the right size for 2-4 people. When I'm in a hurry, I buy the small package of Swiss Cheese Fondue at the supermarket, and it fits easily in the pot. A tea light candle keeps the chese hot, which surprised me. No burning!!! Easy cleanup!
Just be sure to melt the cheese on the stove, and I even pre-heat the pot by filling it with hot water.
I'll be buying more of these for gifts!
The packaged fondue (which I must admit tastes nearly as good as my made-from-scratch fondue) fits perfectly and was plenty as a dinner for two people. The candle keeps the fondue warm enough, but not quite as hot as I would like it. You will need to stir often and get to the bottom for the hottest cheese. But it won't burn your mouth!
The whole set, including the short forks, is very attractive and well-made. Be sure to follow the directions and soak it in cold water before the first use. I don't know if you are supposed to do this, but I turned mine upside down and filled the legs, then left it completely immersed for several hours in a big pot of water.
It cleans up quite easily, too, if you rub the inside with garlic to "oil" it. Next time I might also spray it lightly with Crisco to see if that will make clean-up even easier.
Important note: the ceramic pot must be submerged and soaked in cold water for two hours before its first use. This warning is somewhat buried in the instructions. It's also not clear that this only needs to be done once -- I called Boska and got confirmation that the pot must be soaked just one time, before the first use. I recommend soaking the pot upside down, so that water flows into the holes on the bottom of each leg..
Read the instructions first - you must soak the pot prior to use.