Fondue, which comes from the French “fondre”, meaning “to melt,” had its origins in 18th century Switzerland as a means for farm families to stretch their limited resources during the winter months. With some remaining cheese, some stale bread, and a dash of wine the family could gather around the hearth.
This easy recipe combines strands of roasted spaghetti squash with a simple mix of sautéed onions and garlic, parsley and Parmesan cheese. A great alternative to potatoes or pasta, it makes a great side to serve with chicken, fish or pork. A perfect recipe for Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day!
Creamy fontina: The rich and creamy flavour and softer texture of Fontina makes it a perfect cheese for fondue.
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