Broccoli and Cheese Fondue

Menu Part: 
Appetizer
Cuisine Type: 
American

TABASCO® brand Chipotle Pepper Sauce adds the perfect amount of smoky spice to create a unique Cheese and Broccoli Fondue. 

Ingredients

Velveeta® Processed Cheese, 1 lb.   
TABASCO® brand Chipotle Pepper Sauce, 2 Tbsp.
Italian seasoning, 1 tsp.
Romano cheese, grated, 1/4 cup
Broccoli, florets, steamed, 3 lbs.         

Steps

1 Mix everything except broccoli in double-boiler. 
2 Melt over medium-low heat to prevent scorching; pour into fondue pot for service.
3 Serve with steamed broccoli florets.

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