How To Reheat Fondue
Written By A Special Writer : Your One and Only, Amazing, Awesomely Unique FOOD Expert and Guru….. Mr. Efrain E. Silva! ( Woot Woot! )
If you have eaten less than you thought you would, of any fondue dish or meal, then you do not have to worry, my guy ( or lady, he he he heh ) : Super – hero Efrain is here to save your day and show you just how you can save that food for your next great use! He he heh, yes, did you know you can?
So first of all, he he heh, what you are going to need to know is the simple fact that a double – boiler can be such a life saver for this and more. Have one? Well, then, you are going to need to simply just add a small bit of water to the big – pan side ( or the big boiler of the two boilers, in other words, he he he heh ) . Put in on the stove – top if you have not done so already. And turn things on right on to medium – level heat, of course, my friend. And relax… the next steps are just as easy and smooth as well.
You are then going to need to just watch and wait… for what, you may say? For the water to start to simmer ( and it will, it is just a matter of time before this gradually starts to happen, he heh ) . Now take the small boiler and put it on top of the big one, if you can, and then just add that fondue on right on top. Start to move things around, with your spoon or spatula ( whatever you have ) . Stir, stir, stir… and oh, here is a nice little free tip that I might add to that as well….
If it’s cheese fondue, feel free to add a few drops of nice, sweet red wine if you have some. This is commonly known to help the whole thing melt down and add to keeping the flavor great, too, no joke. Did you know that? Also, the water’s boiling, simmering heat will also help this process as well. As the water evaporates and becomes less and less, be sure to add in some more to keep things nice and level there. Do not re – heat using too little water, of course, because that can just contribute to the problem of having things stick to your pot, which is always hard to scrub off.
If it boils too much, and you use too much water, on the other hand — that can also be bad. So keep that in mind. That’s when things start to separate and the fondue sort of falls apart and loses its texture and moisture altogether. You have been warned, he he he heh. Play this just right here for the best effect, and of course, serve it nice and hot!