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Creative Recipe On How To Make A Fondue Volcano

It's getting colder and colder outside, so it's the perfect time for fondue! Better as a pizza fondue volcano! The presentation of food goes a long way when someone is trying to get another to try food. This delicious looking dish of fondue is the perfect example of that. There is a group of people that love to put cheese on everything and most are or certainly become fondue lovers. Fondue is a dish in which pieces of food is dipped into it. Typically fondue is liquids or broths; however, in this case, fondue is the dipping of roasted vegetables into melted cheese. Fondue can also be chocolate fondue. It seems as though the definition of fondue has simply transformed (or used incorrectly) to the dipping of pieces of food into different types of liquids or melted foods. Experts say that the best parts of cheese is the flavor and the nature in which is pulls along as you enjoy each distinct flavor. Melted cheese covers the roasted vegetables which is certain to make cheese lovers swoon at not only the sight but their first bite. Cheese also has a buttery flavor that pulls in the creamy food lovers. The cheese has been melted into a flaky buttery bread bowl that is the vehicle for deliciousness. As the cheese melts into the bread, it leaves a film of goodness that cheese toast lovers look forward to when eating this type of fondue. Oh the sight of the cheese covered vegetables makes the mouth water. This recipe calls for very simple ingredients. However, they are some expensive ingredients. A layer of pizza dough is rolled on the table; three round one-inch thick pieces of brie are added, one on top of the other. The pizza dough is wrapped around the brie. Into a shallow baking dish the pizza dough and brie go to be surrounded by boiled potatoes, olive oil, and a generous covering of fresh grinded salt and pepper. The dish is cooked at a two hundred and forty degrees for fifteen minutes. Please be sure to take safety measures when pulling the dish out of the over as it will be hot. The pizza dough will cooked into a crust and the cheese escapes to enclose around the potatoes. The crust is a golden brown. The entire dish is topped with parsley. Take care in eating such a delicious meal as cheese tends to hold in heat pockets which can burn your mouth unexpectedly. The potatoes are not the only thing you can dip into the brie as it is expected that you will enjoy this dish so much that you dip even raw vegetables into it. As the holidays are fast approaching, people are more health conscious but one thing is for sure this dish is one that you do not want to miss. This pizza dough cheese fondue is sure to please the crowd. It will become the new dish that is gone in a matter of minutes once the first person takes a bite.

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