Brown onion and meat in metal fondue pot. Mix cornstarch and seasonings into pizza sauce. Then add sauce to hamburger mixture. Stir well. When mixture thickens and bubbles, add cheese by handfuls, stirring continually while adding cheese. Place pot over fondue burner to keep warm. Swirl dippers in fondue. Makes 4-6 servings. Good dippers for this are: French or garlic bread cubes, toasted English muffin cubes, etc.
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I recently purchased a little 11-piece Fondue Set from Walgreen's today that I got for half price per the Manager because there were no instructions included. Where can I find missing instructions online? I've tried searching the web for the distributor but no luck with instructions. I know nothing about fondue, so I don't even know how to light the burner. Help!
I love fondues and I'm online actually looking for one cause my new hubby has never had it before. He's sick with cancer so I am trying to let him experience as much as I can with cooking different things. Anyway. I don't think I've ever had instructions in other sets I've had. Here's a site with lighting directions http://www.bestfondue.com/fondue-burner.html
Be very careful around kids or pets knocking the burner over. No sets come with fuel by law but you can get at any hardware or CVS or Walgreens, Hobby Lobby. The gel fuel is a bit safer. I prepared my fondue on the stove and then transferred it to the pot to keep warm. I'm a bit of a clean freak and didn't want to over stain my fondue pots. OK enough info ha ha Joy