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I'm going to make this with a gruyere/emmenthaler combo - can I substitute flour for cornstarch?

asked by alimarcus almost 7 years ago

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wssmom
added almost 7 years ago

It is not my recipe, but I have used flour in fondues before; just make sure it is thoroughly dissolved in the kirsch before you add it

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rabino
added almost 7 years ago

Sure, but the viscosity won't be the same. It is a pity though that you are using emmentaler...

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LE BEC FIN
added almost 7 years ago

i have never used cornstarch myself. i have always used 5 cups grated cheese and 1/4 cup flour, tossed together and added to the wine a bit at a time. no problem w/ any uncooked flour taste.

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