The Cheese Fondue Geneva is one of the most beautiful products. The set is colored black and white which gives the set a really stylish look. The Cheese Fondue Set contains four fondue forks which makes the set suitable for four persons.
Swiss cheese fondue is still a classic for a pleasant dinner party. Endless variations of Swiss cheese fondue have been created, like mixing Italian herbs or blue vein or goat’s cheese. Or how about a sweet chocolate fondue for dessert? So many flavors, so many ideas! All tastes are catered for.
The Cheese Fondue Geneva contains a black and white fondue pot which can contain 1 liter/ 33.8 Fl. Oz of fluids. The set has a width of 295 mm/ 11.61 inch and has a height of 185 mm/ 7.28 inch.
- The capacity of the Cheese Fondue Geneva pan is suitable for 1 000 grams/1 litre cheese fondue.
- The set consists of a fondue pan, a universal base, 4 fondue forks and a multi-functional stainless steel burner.
- The base is also suitable for other Fondue Pans.
Cleaning a Cheese Fondue Geneva pot
After a tasty meal of cheese fondue, it´s time to clean the cheese fondue pot . Please refer to our cleaning tips below.
- If the pot is metal and can be put on the stove, put water in it up to the level of the cheese residue. If you have cheese to the top of the pot, only fill to within about an inch of the top. Cover the pot with a lid.
- If the pot is non-stovetop safe, place another pot or tea kettle with water in it on the burner. You will need to be able to pour hot water from this container safely, so don’t use something too big.
- Heat the water until it is near, but not boiling. About 180 ºF to 190 ºF (80 ºC – 90 ºC) seems to work.
- Add about a teaspoon of dish washer detergent (not dish soap) to the water, and give it a stir. Remove from the heat (or turn the stove off).
- If you used a separate container, carefully pour the hot, soapy water into the fondue pot, and stir it once or twice to coat the walls.
- Replace the lid on the pot with the detergent/water mixture, and let it sit for about 10 minutes.
- Empty most of the pot and inspect it to see if the cheese is all gone. Most of the cheese should have been “dissolved” into the water with the detergent. If there are some stuck bits, a very light scrub with a dish brush and a splash with the remaining detergent water should very easily remove the last bits.
- Rinse the pot well – the detergent tends to leave a soapy film.