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TM
Electric Fondue Pot
INSTRUCTION
AND RECIPE
BOOKLET
CFO-3SSC
For your safety and continued enjoyment of this product,
always read the instruction book carefully before using.
precautions should always be followed, including
the following:
1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
USING.
2. Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before cleaning. Allow to cool before
putting on or taking off parts, and before
cleaning the appliance.
3. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or
knobs.
4. Always use hot pads when handling a hot
FONDUE.
5. Do not immerse TEMPERATURE CONTROL
PROBE or MAGNETIC CORD in water or
other liquids.
6. Close supervision is necessary when any
appliance is used near children.
7. Unplug from outlet when not in use and
before cleaning. Allow to cool before
putting on or taking off parts, and before
cleaning the appliance.
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
When using an electrical appliance, basic safety
Important Safeguards ...................................... 2
Preparing Your Fondue Pot for Use ................ 3
Instructions for Use .......................................... 4
Special Features................................................5
Suggested Temperatures for Fondues ............ 5
Tips & Hints .......................................................6
Cleaning and Maintenance .............................. 7
Recipes............................................................. 8
Warranty ......................................................... 18
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Your party is sure to be a success with the
elegant brushed stainless Cuisinart™ Electric
Fondue Set! The 3-quart (2.8 L) nonstick pot
will accommodate all of your favourite fondue
recipes, including chocolate, cheese, broth or
oil. So call the family, or invite friends over to
relax with a variety of great-tasting fondues,
then enjoy easy, dishwasher safe cleanup.
INTRODUCTION
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Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug or after the
appliance malfunctions, or has been
damaged in any manner. Return
appliance to Cuisinart™ for examination,
repair, or adjustment.
The use of accessory attachments are not
recommended by Cuisinart™ and may
cause injuries.
Do not use outdoors.
Do not let cord hang over the edge of
counter, or touch hot surfaces.
Do not place on or near a hot gas or
electric burner, or in a heated oven.
Extreme caution must be used when
moving fondue containing hot oil or other
hot liquids.
Always attach plug to appliance first, then
plug cord in the wall outlet. To disconnect,
turn control to OFF, then remove plug from
wall outlet.
Do not use appliance for other than
intended use.
When making oil fondue, the temperature
of fondue fork when removed from the hot
oil is extremely hot. Take care not to eat
directly from one of the fondue forks that
has been removed from hot oil.
Be sure handles are secure and properly
attached to bowl.
For oil fondues, do not fill FONDUE with
more than 3½ cups (875 ml) oil.
Use only on heat-resistant surfaces.
Do not use more than eight FONDUE
FORKS when cooking in hot oil.
A fondue containing hot oil should not be
left unattended.
Do not operate your appliance in an
appliance garage or under a wall cabinet.
When storing in an appliance garage
always unplug the unit from the electrical
outlet. Not doing so could create a risk of
fire, especially if the appliance touches the
walls of the garage or the door touches the
unit as it closes.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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Wash FONDUE POT, FONDUE RING and
FORKS in hot, soapy water, Rinse thoroughly
and dry. CAUTION: Do not wash or immerse
the temperature control probe or cord. Before
using the fondue for the first time, condition the
nonstick cooking surface by lightly brushing the
cooking surface with vegetable oil. Heat,
uncovered, at setting #4 for up to 5 minutes.
Turn to OFF and cool completely. Wipe away
excess oil.
PREPARING YOUR
FONDUE POT FOR USE
This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade
is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of
electric shock, this plug will fit in a polarized
outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully
in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not
fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not modify
the plug in any way.
NOTICE
An extension cord may be used with care.
However, the marked electrical rating of the
extension cord should be at least as great as
the electrical rating of the fondue pot. The
extension cord should not be allowed to drape
over the counter or tabletop where it can be
pulled on by children or animals, or tripped
over unintentionally.
This product contains no user-serviceable
parts. Temperature control probe does not
need lubrication. Do not attempt to service this
product. A short power supply cord is provided
to reduce the risk resulting from becoming
entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
SPECIAL CORD SET
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR HOUSEHOLD
USE ONLY
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After cooking or serving, turn TEMPERATURE
CONTROL DIAL to OFF. Unplug cord from wall
outlet. After FONDUE POT has cooled, remove
TEMPERATURE CONTROL PROBE.
NOTE: When ingredients are stirred in the
FONDUE POT, use plastic, nylon or wooden
utensils to prevent damage to nonstick
surface.
Use the FONDUE FORKS to spear foods for
cooking or dipping. Be careful not to scratch
the nonstick surface when placing FORKS in
FONDUE POT.
Preheat if necessary. Turn TEMPERATURE
CONTROL DIAL to desired temperature.
INDICATOR LIGHT will turn on and then go off
when selected temperature is reached. During
cooking, the light will cycle ON and OFF to indicate that the temperature is being regulated.
Be sure the cord is installed in the socket.
Plug cord into 120 Volt AC outlet.
Set FONDUE POT on a flat, dry, heatresistant
surface. Set TEMPERATURE CONTROL PROBE
to OFF and plug probe into TEMPERATURE
PROBE RECEPTACLE on FONDUE POT.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Allow FONDUE POT and FONDUE RING to cool
completely before moving or cleaning..
After FONDUE POT has cooled, turn
TEMPERATURE CONTROL DIAL to OFF.
Remove ice crystals or excess water on food
before cooking in oil by blotting with a paper
towel.
NOTE: Do not place a cover over the FONDUE
POT when heating oil or cooking in oil.
Place FONDUE RING on top edge of FONDU
POT. Use to hold FONDUE FORKS while
cooking oil. CAUTION: Do not use more than
8 FONDUE FORKS at one time when cooking
in hot oil. The FONDUE RING may also prevent
some of the spattering during cooking.
Do not use butter, margarine, lard, olive oil or
shortening in place of vegetable oil. Never add
water or any other liquid to oil.
NOTE: Do not use more than 3½ cups (875 ml)
oil.
Fill FONDUE POT with 3½ cups (875 ml) of
vegetable oil.
Attach temperature control probe to the
TEMPERATURE PROBE RECEPTACLE.
Place FONDUE POT on a flat, dry, heat-resistant
surface.
When making oil fondue, the temperature of
fondue fork when removed from the hot oil is
extremely hot. Take care not to eat directly from
one of the fondue forks that has been removed
from hot oil.
Be sure FONDUE POT is completely dry before
filling with oil.
CAUTION: Some spattering of oil will occur
during cooking.
CAUTION: Extreme caution must be used when
moving fondue pot containing hot oil or other hot
liquids. Cooking with hot oil is not recommended
when children are present.
HOW TO USE YOUR
FONDUE POT WITH OIL
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2. Plug the fondue maker into a 120 Volt AC
outlet.
3. Fondue bowl
3 Qt. (2.8 L) Stainless steel bowl with
nonstick interior.
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6. BPA-free (not shown)
All materials that come in contact with food
are BPA free.
5. Adjustable temperature control probe
4. Brushed stainless steel housing.
The temperature settings below are suggestions,
and may need to be adjusted up or down
according to initial temperature of ingredients
being cooked, and amount and temperature of
food being dipped or cooked at any given time.
SUGGESTED
TEMPERATURES FOR
FONDUES
7. After fondue pot has cooled, remove
temperature control probe.
6. After cooking or serving is complete, turn
temperature control dial to OFF and unplug
cord from wall outlet.
5. Use the fondue forks to spear foods for
cooking or dipping when appropriate
temperature has been reached. Be careful
not to scratch the nonstick surface when
placing forks in fondue pot.
Note: When ingredients are being stirred in
the fondue pot, use plastic, silicone, nylon
or wooden utensils to prevent damage to
nonstick surface.
4. Once the temperature is reached, put
contents in fondue pot and cook for
designated amount of time.
3. Turn the temperature control dial to desired
setting. The indicator light will turn on,
staying on until selected temperature is
reached. During cooking, the light will cycle
ON and OFF to indicate that the temperature
is being regulated.
1. Place fondue pot and all removable parts
on a clean, dry, flat surface. Make sure
all parts have been cleaned and dried
thoroughly before assembling.
1. Fondue forks
Eight individual fondue forks.
2. Fondue ring
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PARTS AND FEATURES
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Oil Fondues
Heat oil at Setting 7-1/2 for 10 – 15 minutes until
oil is barely bubbling and tests at 375° F (191º C)
when tested with a candy/deep fry thermometer,
or a 1-inch (2.5 cm) cube of bread is cooked to
a golden, toasty brown. If maximum quantities of
cold food are added simultaneously, it may be
necessary to increase temperature from Setting
7-1/2 to 8. Adjust temperature setting as needed
to maintain oil temperature.
Hold broth-based fondues for serving at Setting
3-1/2 - 4.
Broth Fondues
Sauté finely chopped onions, other aromatic
vegetables, and herbs/spices for flavouring the
broth at Setting 5 - 6. Add liquid and bring to
a boil at Setting 7. Reduce the heat to Setting
3-1/2 to simmer broth.
Hold Cheese Fondues for serving at Setting 3.
Cheese Fondues
Cook finely chopped onions and other aromatic
vegetables for flavouring at Setting 5-1/2 - 6.
Increase temperature to Setting 6-1/2 to add
liquids and bring to slow boil. Reduce heat to
Setting 4-1/2 - 5 to gradually add shredded
cheeses.
Hold Chocolate Fondues at Setting 3 for serving.
Chocolate Fondues
Heat cream/liquid until it reaches a slow boil on
Setting 4-1/2 - 5. Reduce temperature to Setting
3-1/2 - 4 to gradually add chocolate to simmering liquid.
FONDUE
COOKING/PREPARATION
SERVING/COOKING
To serve fondue, give each diner a dinner plate,
a fondue fork and a dinner fork along with a large
napkin.
To serve Fondue at the dining table, set Fondue
Maker in the centre of the table on a trivet. It may
be a good idea to cover the table with a protector
and tablecloth, as there may be dripping.
Fondue dipping sauces can be served in bowls
with ladles so a small amount of sauce can be
placed on each dining plate, or individual
ramekins can be used for each diner.
Blanch or gently steam vegetables to make them
tender for dipping into fondues. This will set the
colour, and will help them to cook or heat through
more quickly. Vegetables such as green beans,
broccoli and cauliflower should be crisp to tender.
New potatoes should be steamed until tender
but still firm. There is no need to precook green
onions or bell pepper strips.
Dipping foods should be cut into bite-sized
pieces. Meats can be cut into cubes or into strips.
Cook no more than 8 pieces of food at one time
to insure thorough cooking and to prevent
splashing.
Foods for dipping, should not be left at room
temperature for longer than 2 hours. For safety,
present raw meats, poultry, and seafood in a
shallow bowl over a bed of ice to keep properly
chilled. Remove any ice crystals or excess water
before cooking in fondue pot.
When making fondue, use a wine or beer that
you would prefer drinking. Taste and flavour
are important – if you wouldn’t drink it, don’t
cook with it. The same holds true for liquors
and liqueurs. A Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio
is a good choice for making cheese fondue.
Champagne or Prosecco is another good choice.
Chardonnays and red wines are not
recommended for fondue cooking because the
taste of chardonnay can be overwhelming and
red wine lacks colour appeal.
TIPS AND HINTS
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Take care not to allow cheese fondue to come to
a boil.
Then reduce heat to a simmer and slowly add
shredded cheeses while stirring, until the cheese
melts completely.
Begin cheese fondues by heating wine, beer or
other liquid until it reaches a boil.
Cut crusty bread for dunking into 1-inch (2.5 cm
cubes – always include a side of crust on each
bread cube. The bread is speared on a fondue
fork, and then swirled into the cheese in a
“figure eight” type motion to coat. The fork
prongs should not ever touch the bottom or sides
of the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot – they will scratch
the nonstick surface.
CHEESE FONDUE
If chocolate fondue begins to “break” or
separate into chocolate with any liquid that is oily
in appearance, the fondue can be rescued by
using a CuisinartTM Hand Blender on low speed,
directly in the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot. Blend,
using a gentle up and down motion, keeping the
blender under the top surface of the fondue until
it returns to a homogenous mixture.
Take care not to allow your chocolate fondues to
come to a boil.
Chop your own chocolate quickly in the
CuisinartTM Food Processor. Place 1-inch (2.5 cm)
or smaller pieces of chilled chocolate in the work
bowl fitted with the metal blade and process until
finely chopped.
When preparing chocolate fondue, be sure to use
the best chocolate available for optimum flavour.
CHOCOLATE FONDUE
Diners should never “double dip” and place the
bitten portion of a piece of food back into the
communal fondue pot.
Fondue etiquette indicates that the food should
not be eaten from the fondue fork, but transferred
first to the diner’s own fork. Fondue forks are very
sharp and also get very hot when in oil or broth.
If a dipping sauce gets on a fondue fork, it can
“contaminate” the oil or broth, causing a burnt or
“off” taste.
Use no more than 3-1/2 cups (875 ml) oil. Season
meats for oil fondues after frying – the hot meat
will absorb the seasoning, and the seasoning will
not flavour the oil for other diners.
For oil fondues, use a flavourless vegetable oil.
Heat oil to 375° F (191º C) using setting 7-1/2.
This will take about 10 to 15 minutes – a one inch
(2.5 cm) cube of bread will fry to golden brown in
about 45 seconds when the oil is ready.
OIL FONDUE
Have additional hot stock/broth available to add
to the fondue pot as necessary.
Season broths with fresh ginger, green onions,
spices, or fresh herbs for flavourful dipping.
When making a broth fondue, use a homemade
stock that has been strained, or a purchased
stock or broth that is flavourful, but low in sodium
– a high sodium stock will become more
concentrated as the evening progresses.
BROTH FONDUE
Do not purchase expensive already grated
cheeses. You will have a greater variety and better quality available if you grate your own - use
your CuisinartTM Food Processor fitted with the
medium (4mm) shredding disc to quickly shred
less costly blocks of cheeses.
If cheese fondue begins to “break” or separate
into cheese with liquid that is oily in appearance,
the fondue can be rescued by using a CuisinartTM
Hand Blender on low speed, directly in the
Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot. Blend, using a gentle
up and down motion, keeping the blender under
the top surface of the fondue until it returns to a
homogenous mixture.
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Any other servicing should be performed by an
authorized service representative.
NOTE: Recondition nonstick surface before using
again.
In time, the nonstick surface may discolour. This
is normal and will not seriously alter the release
properties; to remove any discolouration, use a
cleaner for nonstick finishes such as a nonstick
appliance cleaner. Pour cleaner into pot. Allow to
boil for 1 minute. Cool. Rinse with clean water.
Wash FONDUE FORKS in hot, soapy water or an
automatic dishwasher. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Thoroughly wash FONDUE POT and FONDUE
RING in hot, soapy water or an automatic
dishwasher. Rinse thoroughly and dry. To remove
stubborn stains, use a nonabrasive cleaner or a
nonmetal cleaning pad. CAUTION: Do not use
metal scouring pads or harsh
scouring powders.
Do not immerse temperature control probe
in water or any liquid. Turn TEMPERATURE
CONTROL PROBE DIAL to OFF. After FONDUE
POT AND OIL have cooled, unplug cord from wall
outlet. Remove the TEMPERATURE CONTROL
PROBE from the unit before cleaning. Do not
add cold water or immerse pot in water when
hot. CAUTION: Do not immerse TEMPERATURE
CONTROL PROBE or cord set in water or other
liquids. Wipe with a damp cloth and dry.
CAUTION:
WARNING: ALWAYS TURN TEMPERATURE
CONTROL PROBE TO OFF; THEN
DISCONNECT PLUG FROM WALL OUTLET
BEFORE DISCONNECTING THE CORD.
CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
Horseradish Mustard Sauce ......................... 17
Cranberry Mustard ........................................ 17
Apricot Mustard.............................................. 17
Tzatziki Sauce ............................................... 17
Olive Tapenade Aioli ..................................... 16
Roasted Red Pepper and
Sun-dried Tomato Dip................................... 16
Spinach Dipping Sauce................................. 16
Wasabi Ginger Sauce.................................... 15
Asian Peanut Sauce ...................................... 15
Sauces for Fondues
Warm Berry Fondue ...................................... 14
White Chocolate Apricot Fondue ................... 14
Chocolate Raspberry Fondue ....................... 14
Chocolate Mint Fondue ................................ 13
Chocolate Bourbon Fondue ......................... 13
Chocolate Hazelnut Fondue ........................ 13
Dessert Fondues
Fried Turkey & Potato Fondue ...................... 13
Fried Seafood & Vegetable Fondue .............. 12
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** Kirschwasser is the classic component to this
recipe, but some find that its flavour too strong.
* For an alcohol-free version, substitute chicken
stock plus 2 tablespoons (30 ml) of lemon juice
for the full amount of wine. Substitute an additional 2 tablespoons (30 ml) of lemon juice for
the Kirschwasser. For more notes on alcohol
free fondues, see page 6.
This fondue is traditionally served with cubes of
crusty bread. For a change you may also serve
blanched to crisp-tender vegetables or cooked but
firm new potatoes..
Rub the bottom and lower half of the sides of
Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot with the cut sides of the
garlic cloves. Add the wine to the Fondue Pot.
Turn the temperature to Setting 5 and bring the
wine to a strong simmer (bubbling, but not boiling
strongly). While stirring constantly with a wooden
spoon or nonstick whisk, gradually whisk in the
grated cheeses, sprinkling in one handful at a
time; don’t add any more cheese until each handful is completely melted and smooth. The mixture
will slowly thicken. When all the cheese has
been added, stir in the Kirschwasser and serve.
Reduce the temperature setting of the Fondue
Pot to Setting 3. The fondue should just simmer; it
should never boil.
Reserve.
Place the grated cheeses in a large bowl and toss
to combine. Add the cornstarch and dry mustard
and toss to coat the grated cheese completely.
Scallion & Ginger Scented Beef Broth .......... 12
2½
pound (500 g) Gruyère, grated
pound (375 g) Emmenthal, grated
teaspoons (30 ml) cornstarch
teaspoons (7 ml) dry mustard
clove garlic, peeled, cut in half
cups (532 ml) dry white wine
(not chardonnay)
tablespoons (37 ml) Kirschwasser**
Chicken Stock with Star Anise Fondue ........ 11
1
¾
6
1½
1
2¼
Makes 6 to 8 servings
CLASSIC CHEESE FONDUE
CHEESE FONDUES
Seafood Bouillabaisse Fondue ..................... 10
Meat/Seafood Fondues
Southwest Salsa Fondue .............................. 10
Brie & Mushroom Fondue ............................... 9
Cheddar, Onion, Apple &
Hard Cider Fondue.......................................... 9
Pesto Cheese Fondue ..................................... 9
Classic Cheese Fondue .................................. 8
Cheese Fondues
RECIPES
pound (500 g) part-skim mozzarella
cheese (not handmade fresh), shredded
ounces (250 g) Italian Fontina, shredded
ounces (175 g) Provolone, shredded
tablespoons (30 ml) cornstarch
tablespoon (15 ml) extra virgin olive oil
ounce (28 g) shallot, peeled, chopped
clove garlic, peeled, chopped
cups (500 ml) dry white wine (Pinot Grigio)
tablespoons (90 ml) pesto
(homemade or purchased)
Crusty bread cubes for dipping
Fresh vegetables for dipping – blanched
flowerets of broccoli or cauliflower, sliced
carrots, zucchini wedges; raw strips of red
or yellow bell peppers
For an alcohol-free version, substitute chicken
stock plus 2 tablespoons (30 ml) lemon juice
for the wine.
Serve with crusty bread cubes and vegetables,
if desired.
Keep the temperature Setting at 3 to serve the
fondue. The fondue should just simmer; it should
never boil.
Gradually add the cornstarch-coated shredded
cheese, one handful at a time, while stirring with
a plastic or coated whisk. Add the cheese slowly,
allowing it to melt and blend completely before
adding more. Do not rush. When cheese has
been completely added, stir in the pesto.
Heat the olive oil in the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot
using Setting 5-1/2 - 6. Cook the chopped shallot and garlic until tender and just golden, about
1 minute. Add the wine and bring to a simmer.
Reduce the temperature to Setting 3-1/2.
Place cheeses in a large bowl and sprinkle with
cornstarch; toss to completely coat. Reserve.
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6
2
1
1
1
2
6
1
Makes 8 servings
PESTO CHEESE FONDUE
If this is the case, you can either substitute
additional white wine or lemon juice in its place.
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Makes 8 servings
pounds (750 g) shredded extra sharp
cheddar cheese
tablespoons (37 ml) cornstarch
teaspoon (2 ml) dry mustard
tablespoon (15 ml) unsalted butter
ounce (30 g) chopped shallot
cup (125 ml) finely diced tart apple
cups (625 ml) hard cider
Cubes of crusty bread
Apple wedges (toss in lemon juice to
prevent from turning brown)
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2½
1
1½
3
1
6
¾
ounce (21 g) mixed dried exotic or porcini
mushrooms
cup (250 ml) boiling water
pounds (750 g) Brie*
tablespoons (45 ml) cornstarch
ounce (30 g) shallot, peeled
ounces (175 g) mushrooms, cleaned and
halved
tablespoon (15 ml) unsalted butter
cups (625 ml) dry white wine (Sauvignon
Blanc recommended)
Makes 6 to 8 servings
BRIE & MUSHROOM FONDUE
Serve with crusty bread or wedges of tart apple.
Reduce the heat to Setting 3 - 4, and with the
cider simmering, gradually add the shredded
cheese, a handful at a time, while whisking with a
plastic or coated whisk. If mixture seems too thick,
whisk more of the reserved cider as needed. To
serve, keep the temperature set at Setting 3.
Heat the butter in the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot
using Setting 3-1/2. Cook the shallot and apple in
the butter until tender and golden, about 3 –
4 minutes. Add 2 cups (500 ml) of the hard cider
and bring to a boil.
Place the shredded cheese in a large bowl and
sprinkle with the cornstarch and dry mustard; toss
to coat.
2½
½
1
1
½
2½
1½
CHEDDAR, ONION, APPLE & HARD
CIDER FONDUE
3
½
¾
¾
¾
cup (175 ml) prepared salsa
pound (375 g) sharp Cheddar cheese,
shredded
pounds (375 g) Monterey Jack Cheese,
shredded
tablespoons (45 ml) cornstarch
teaspoon (2 ml) ground cumin
Makes 6 to 8 servings
SOUTHWEST SALSA FONDUE
** For an alcohol-free version, substitute chicken
stock plus 2 tablespoons (30 ml) of lemon juice
for the wine.
* For ease, cut into wedges and freeze for
30 minutes before starting this recipe.
Serve with crusty bread cubes.
When all the cheese has been added, stir in the
minced rehydrated mushrooms.
Setting 4-1/2 – 5-1/2. Add the chopped shallots
and fresh mushrooms. Stir and cook the
mushrooms until they give up their liquid and
are lightly browned, about 3 – 4 minutes. Add
the wine and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat
to Setting 3-1/2 – 4-1/2 and gradually stir in the
cornstarch-coated Brie bits, a handful at a time,
stirring constantly with a plastic or coated whisk.
Stir and blend completely before adding the next
handful.
Melt the butter in the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot
using.
Insert the metal blade in the CuisinartTM Food
Processor. With the machine running, drop the
shallot through the small feed tube and process
for 5 seconds to chop. Scrape the work bowl and
add the mushrooms; pulse until finely chopped,
about 20 pulses.
Use a sharp knife or vegetable peeler to remove
the rind from the Brie. Cut or tear into ½ inch
(1.25 cm) cubes. Toss with cornstarch and
refrigerate while preparing the remainder of the
recipe.
Rinse the dried mushrooms and place in a small
bowl. Cover with boiling water and let stand
20 minutes, until softened. Drain, squeeze dry,
and chop finely. Reserve.
10
clove garlic, cut in half
12-oz. (375 ml) bottles Mexican beer, such
as Corona, at room temperature
tablespoons (45 ml) Tequila
Cooked Southwest Chicken sausage in
1-inch (2.5 cm) pieces, blanched fresh
vegetables, corn chips, crusty bread cubes
1
1
2
1
26
3-4
1
1
1
3
1
tablespoon (15 ml) extra virgin olive oil
cloves garlic, peeled and sliced thinly
pound (500 g) fresh mussels, cleaned and
bearded*
pinch saffron threads
cups (500 ml) dry white wine or vermouth
teaspoon (5 ml) kosher salt
ounces (770 ml) tomato purée
large sprigs fresh basil
cup (250 ml) water
pound (500 g) very large shrimp
(16 – 20 count), peeled, deveined, cut in
half lengthwise
pound (500 g) sea scallops, dried, tough
muscle removed
Makes 6 to 8 servings
SEAFOOD BOUILLABAISSE FONDUE
MEAT/SEAFOOD FONDUES
Rub the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot with the cut garlic
halves. Add 2¼ cups (550 ml) of the beer to the
Fondue Pot and heat, using Setting 5, until
mixture begins to boil. Lower the heat to setting
4½ and gradually add the cheeses, one handful
at a time, whisking while adding the cheese. Stir
the cheese and allow it to melt completely before
each addition. When the cheese has been
completely melted, stir in the drained salsa and
Tequila. Keep the fondue warm at Setting 3 to
serve.
Place the shredded cheeses in a large bowl and
sprinkle with cornstarch. Toss the cheese with the
cornstarch to coat.
Place the salsa in a yogurt strainer or sieve
lined with a coffee filter and allow to drain until
thickened, about 1 hour. Reserve.
3
1
2
crusty baguette, about 1 pound (500 g),
cut in cubes for dunking
Lift out of the water, leaving the cornmeal and grit
in the bottom of the bowl, and dry on several
layers of paper towels before cooking.
*Fresh mussels should have tightly closed shells
when purchased, or those that are slightly opened
should close shut when tapped. Store in
refrigerator until ready to use. To clean mussels,
place in a bowl of cold water with about ¼ cup
(50 ml) cornmeal, swirl gently, and let stand for
20 minutes – this will help the mussels to expel
any sandy grit. Remove the “beard” by pulling
on the byssal threads that are coming out of the
shell.
Olive Tapenade Aioli
Suggested Dipping Sauce:
Remove basil from sauce. If sauce is too
thick, thin with a little water. To serve Seafood
Bouillabaisse Fondue, skewer shrimp, scallops, or mussels onto fondue forks and dip into
Bouillabaisse Sauce. Cook shrimp and scallops
until they are firm but not tough. Cook mussels
just to heat through; they are already cooked and
will toughen with too much heat. Skewer and dip
cubes of crusty baguette in sauce.
Heat oil in the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot on setting
4-1/2. Add the sliced garlic, and cook until lightly
browned, about 1 minute. Add mussels, saffron,
and wine to pan. Cook, stirring occasionally, until
mussels are opened, 3 to 4 minutes. Remove
mussels from pan. Add salt, tomato purée, basil,
and water to pan. Raise the temperature to
Setting 6 and bring to a boil. Reduce temperature to Setting 3-1/2, and simmer for 10 minutes.
Remove mussels from their shells; discard mussel shells.
1
11
Makes 6 to 8 servings
* Star anise is a star-shaped dark brown pod
native to China. It is used in Asian and tropical
cuisines, and as a flavouring in baked goods
in many Western cuisines. It can be found in
Asian markets, as well as in many grocery
stores and specialty food stores.
Asian Peanut Sauce, Wasabi Ginger Sauce.
Suggested Dipping Sauces:
To serve, skewer pieces of chicken and cook
until firm and cooked through in simmering broth.
Take care to cook poultry through completely;
this will take about 3 minutes. Skewer vegetables
and cook to taste. May be served with a bowl of
steamed rice for each diner. Add additional warm
chicken stock to the Fondue Pot as needed, to
keep the liquid deep enough for dipping and
cooking.
Using a clean knife and Prep Board, cut peppers
into strips about 1½-x-½ inch (3.75 x 1.25 cm).
Cut zucchini into ½-inch (1.25 cm) thick rounds.
cups (1.13 L) good quality chicken
stock or broth + 1-2 cups (250-500 ml)
additional warm chicken stock
¾
ounce (21 g) star anise*
1½
pounds (750 g) boneless, skinless chicken
breast
8
ounces (250 g) small white mushrooms,
cleaned
1
red bell pepper, cored and seeded
1
yellow bell pepper, cored and seeded
1
small zucchini – or 6 ounces (175 g) baby
zucchini
½
pound (250 g) fresh asparagus or
broccolini
½
pound (250 g) edible pod or snow peas,
tipped and topped, strings removed
steamed rice, optional
Combine chicken stock and star anise in
Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot. Set temperature at
Setting 6 and bring to a boil. Reduce to Setting
3-1/2 and simmer for about 10 minutes. Trim
and discard any visible fat and cartilage from the
chicken. Cut into one-inch (2.5 cm) pieces.
4½
CHICKEN STOCK WITH
STAR ANISE FONDUE
cups (1.5 L) good quality beef stock or
broth (low-sodium) + 2 cups (500 ml)
additional hot broth to add as needed
scallions, cut in 1-inch (2.5 cm) pieces
slices fresh ginger, each about the size of
a quarter
cloves garlic, peeled and halved
whole peppercorns
tablespoon (15 ml) low-sodium soy sauce
tablespoon (15 ml) mirin, rice wine or
medium dry sherry
pound (375 g) beef tenderloin, thinly sliced
pound (375 g) pork tenderloin, thinly sliced
ounces (250 g) baby carrots, steamed to
crisp-tender
ounces (175 g) thinly sliced daikon
ounces (250 g) small white mushrooms,
cleaned
ounces (250 g) firm tofu, cut into bite-sized
cubes
scallions, trimmed to 4-inch (10 cm)
lengths
ounces (125 g) canned water chestnuts,
drained steamed rice, optional
Asian Peanut Sauce; Wasabi Ginger Sauce
Suggested Dipping Sauces:
Use skewers to dip slices of beef or pork
tenderloin and the accompanying vegetables into
the stock. May be served with small bowls of hot
steamed rice for each diner. Add additional warm
beef stock to the Fondue Pot as needed, to keep
the liquid deep enough for dipping and cooking.
12
cups (875 ml) flavourless vegetable oil
pound (500 g) large shrimp (21-25 count),
peeled (leave on tail) and deveined
pound (500 g) dry sea scallops, tough
muscle removed
pound (250 g) salmon fillet, skinned, cut
into 1-inch (2.5 cm) cubes
ounces (375 g) Italian baby eggplant or
Japanese eggplant, cut in ½-inch
(1.25 cm) rounds
small zucchini, cut in ½-inch (1.25 cm)
rounds
green beans, cut in 2-inch (5 cm) pieces
pearl onions, steamed to crisp-tender
large carrots, peeled, cut into ½-inch
(1.25 cm) ovals, steamed to crisp-tender
ounces (250 g) new red potatoes, cut into
bite-sized wedges and steamed to just
tender
Fresh lemon wedges
Fresh basil leaves
Spinach Dipping Sauce; Sundried Tomato and
Roasted Red Pepper Dip; Olive Tapenade Aioli;
Tzatziki Sauce
Suggested Dipping Sauces:
Skewer seafood and vegetables and fry until
golden and crispy. Drain, allow to cool for a few
moments, and dip in sauces to serve.
Heat oil in Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot on Setting
7-1/2 until hot and bubbly, but not boiling – oil
should test at 375° F (191º C) with a candy/deep
fry thermometer for best results.
8
24
12
2
1
12
½
1
3½
1
Makes 6 to 8 servings
Makes 6 to 8 servings
Place the beef stock, scallions, ginger, garlic,
and peppercorns in the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot.
Set temperature at Setting 6 and bring to a boil.
Reduce to Setting 3 and simmer for about 20 25 minutes, until broth has taken on the flavours
of the ginger and scallions.
4
8
8
6
8
¾
¾
8
1-2
4
1
1
3
6
6
FRIED SEAFOOD & VEGETABLE
FONDUE
SCALLION & GINGER SCENTED
BEEF BROTH
cups (875 ml) flavourless vegetable oil
pounds (1 kg) boneless, skinless turkey
breast, well trimmed
pound (500 g) new red potatoes, cut into
bite-sized pieces and steamed until just
tender
Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
Makes 8 servings
cups (375 ml) half-and-half
cup (250 ml) heavy cream
pounds (750 g) bittersweet or semisweet
chocolate, finely chopped
cup (50 ml) Frangelico liqueur
cup (50 ml) chopped toasted hazelnuts
Place the half-and-half and heavy cream in the
Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot. Heat creams using
Setting 4-1/2, until the cream is bubbling. Reduce
the heat to Setting 3-1/2 and gradually stir the
chopped chocolate into the hot cream, ½ cup
(125 ml) at a time, whisking while adding with a
¼
¼
1½
1
1½
CHOCOLATE HAZELNUT FONDUE
DESSERT FONDUES
Apricot Mustard, Cranberry Mustard, Horseradish
Mustard Sauce
Suggested Dipping Sauces:
Skewer turkey and dip in hot oil to cook. Take
care to cook turkey thoroughly – until it is no
longer pink in the centre – this will take about
3 minutes. Skewer potato wedges and dip into
hot oil to cook. When golden and cooked, sprinkle
to taste with kosher salt and pepper. Drain
turkey cubes and potato wedges and let cool for
a few moments before eating. Serve with mustard
sauces for dipping.
Heat oil in Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot on Setting
7-1/2 until hot and bubbly, but not boiling – oil
should test at 375° F (191° C) with a candy/deep
fry thermometer for best results. Cut turkey into
cubes, about ¾ inch (1.88 cm) in size.
1
3½
2
Makes 6 to 8 servings
DEEP FRIED TURKEY &
POTATO FONDUE
13
Makes 6 - 8 servings
cup (250 ml) heavy cream
cup (250 ml) half-and-half
ounces (250 g) unsweetened chocolate,
grated
ounces (250 g) milk chocolate, grated
tablespoons (30 ml) instant espresso
powder
tablespoons (30-45 ml) Kentucky Bourbon
½
1
1
1½
cup (250 ml) half-and-half
cup (250 ml) heavy cream
pounds (750 g) bittersweet chocolate,
finely chopped
pound (250 g) milk chocolate, finely
chopped
Makes 6 - 8 servings
CHOCOLATE MINT FONDUE
Dipping suggestions:
Sliced apricots, strawberries, cherries, Clementine
sections, dried apricots, pound cake cubes, cookies, biscotti.
Stir into the chocolate fondue. Add the remaining Bourbon to taste. Reduce the temperature to
Setting 3 to serve the fondue.
Place the heavy cream and half-and-half in the
Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot and bring to a simmer at
Setting 4-1/2. When the cream is bubbling lightly,
lower heat to setting 4 and add the grated chocolates, about ½ cup (125 ml) at a time, stirring with
a plastic or coated whisk until smooth and creamy
after each addition. Stir the espresso powder into
2 tablespoons (30 ml) of the Bourbon.
2-3
8
2
1
1
8
CHOCOLATE BOURBON FONDUE
Dipping suggestions: include cookies, biscotti,
cubes of vanilla or chocolate cake, dried apricots,
brownies, fresh berries, sliced pears, pineapple
cubes, and marshmallows.
Keep warm using setting 3. Sprinkle with chopped
hazelnuts just before serving.
plastic or nonstick whisk. When the chocolate is
completely blended in, add the liqueur.
cup (50 ml) crème de cacao (clear)
cup (50 ml) crème de menthe (clear)
Measure out 1∕3 cup (75 ml) of the raspberry purée
and stir into the chocolate. Reserve the
remaining purée for another use (or freeze to
make Chocolate Raspberry Fondue at a later
date). Stir in the liqueur. For serving, keep the
fondue warm using Setting 3. This versatile
fondue is good with all fruits that are suitable for
dipping. The tartness of the raspberry purée also
Place the cream in the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot.
Heat using setting 4-1/2, until the cream is
bubbling. Gradually stir in the chopped chocolate,
½ cup (125 ml) at a time, whisking with a plastic
or nonstick whisk, until completely smooth after
each addition.
12-ounce (375 g) package frozen
raspberries, thawed
1½
cups (375 ml) heavy cream
1½
pounds (750 g) bittersweet chocolate,
chopped
2-3
tablespoons (30-45 ml) Chambord or
Kirschwasser
Place the thawed raspberries in the work bowl
of the CuisinartTM Food Processor fitted with the
metal blade. Process until puréed and smooth,
about
30 seconds. Place the purée in a fine mesh
sieve (also called a Chinois) and press the liquid
through into a bowl. Discard the seeds.
1
Makes 6 to 8 servings
CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY FONDUE
Dipping suggestions:
Include sliced pears, fresh strawberries, cookies,
cubes of pound cake, brownies.
Place the half-and-half and heavy cream in the
Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot. Heat, using Setting 4-1/2,
until the creams are bubbling. Reduce the heat
to Setting 3-1/2 and gradually stir the chopped
chocolate into the hot cream, ½ cup (125 ml) at a
time, whisking while adding with a plastic or
nonstick whisk until creamy and smooth after
each addition. When the chocolate is completely
blended in, add the liqueurs. Keep warm using
Setting 3 to serve the fondue.
¼
¼
14
can (12 ounces [375 g]) pitted apricots
tablespoon (15 ml) fresh lemon juice
cup (250 ml) half-and-half
cup (250 ml) mascarpone
ounces (532 g) white chocolate, chopped
(use white chocolate, not coating)
tablespoons (45 ml) apricot liqueur
tablespoon (15 ml) Amaretto or Frangelico
5 – 6 cups (1.2-1.5 L) mixed fresh (can use
frozen) berries (strawberries, blueberries,
raspberries, blackberries)
½
cup (125 ml) sparkling wine
4
tablespoons (50 ml) cornstarch +
2 tablespoons (30 ml) water, stirred until
smooth
Makes 8 servings
WARM BERRY FONDUE
White Chocolate Apricot Fondue is very sweet. It
is best served with tart fruits such as pineapple,
fresh apricots, Clementine sections, or kiwi
chunks. It is also good with chocolate biscotti.
Just before serving, measure out ½ cup (125 ml)
of the apricot purée. Drizzle the apricot purée into
the fondue and swirl with a knife for a marbleized
effect.
Place the half-and-half and mascarpone in the
Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot. Heat using Setting 5 - 6,
until bubbling. Reduce the heat to Setting 3-1/2
and stir until the mascarpone is completely
incorporated into the cream. Gradually add the
white chocolate, ½ cup (125 ml) at a time,
whisking it in and stirring until it is completely
melted before each addition. Stir in the liqueurs.
Reduce the heat to Setting 3 to serve the fondue.
Place the apricots in the CuisinartTM Food
Processor fitted with the metal blade. Process
until smooth and puréed, about 20 seconds. Stir
in lemon juice; reserve.
3
1
1
1
1
1
18
Makes 6 to 8 servings
WHITE CHOCOLATE APRICOT FONDUE
makes it good for cubes of pound or angel food
cake, cookies, brownies, or biscotti.
cup (75 ml) liqueur (a fruit or nut flavoured
liqueur is a good choice)
slices peeled fresh ginger, 1∕16-inch
(0.16 cm) thick each
3
cloves garlic, peeled
½
cup (125 ml) fat free, low-sodium chicken
stock/broth
1∕3
cup (75 ml) low-sodium soy sauce or
tamari
¼
cup (50 ml) Asian sesame oil (toasted
dark sesame oil)
2
tablespoons (30 ml) rice vinegar
1 – 2 tablespoons (15-30 ml) fresh cilantro
leaves
5
teaspoons (25 ml) sugar
½
cup (125 ml) peanut butter
(creamy or smooth), from a jar
2 – 4 drops Asian chili oil (to taste)
4
Makes about 1¾ cups (425 ml)
ASIAN PEANUT SAUCE
SAUCES FOR FONDUES
Warm Berry Fondue is good served with cubes
of lemon pound cake, chocolate angel food cake,
bites of brownies, sliced bananas, sliced apricots
or peaches, or cookies.
Place the seeded berry purée and sparkling wine
in a Cuisinart 3½ quart (3.3 L) sauce pan and
heat over medium heat, stirring frequently until it
is bubbling gently; cook for 4 – 5 minutes. Stir in
the cornstarch mixture and cook until the mixture
thickens and the milky appearance has cooked
away. Transfer to the Cuisinart™ Fondue Pot and
stir in the liqueur. Keep warm at Setting 3 to serve
the fondue.
Reserve about one quarter to one half cup
(50- 125 ml) of the fresh berries. Purée the
remaining berries in the CuisinartTM Food
Processor until smooth. Place in a fine mesh
sieve (also called a Chinois), and press out the
liquid. Discard the seeds.
1∕3
15
* Available in Asian markets or gourmet/ethnic
foods section of grocery stores.
ounce (14 g) fresh ginger, peeled, cut in
½-inch (1.25 cm) or smaller pieces
1
small shallot (½ ounce [14 g]), peeled, cut
in ½-inch (1.25 cm) or smaller pieces
1
clove garlic, peeled
¾
cup (175 ml) mirin or rice wine*
¾
cup (175 ml) low-sodium soy or tamari
sauce
¼
cup (50 ml) seasoned rice or wine vinegar
2
tablespoons (30 ml) dark molasses
1½
tablespoons (25 ml) prepared wasabi
paste*
1
tablespoon (15 ml) brown sugar, packed
1
tablespoon (15 ml) Asian sesame oil
(toasted sesame oil)
1½
teaspoons (7 ml) powdered ginger
½
teaspoon (2 ml) freshly ground black
pepper
Place ginger, shallot and garlic in blender jar;
cover blender jar. Set on Low; pulse 5 times.
Scrape sides of jar; pulse 5 times. Add remaining
ingredients in order given. Blend for 20 seconds.
Transfer to a resealable container and let stand
for 30 minutes before using, to allow flavours to
develop. Unused portions may be refrigerated for
up to a week – stir before using.
½
Use this versatile sauce as a dipping sauce
for potstickers, dumplings or Mongolian Hot Pot,
or as a marinade for meats and seafood,
or dressing for salads.
Makes about 2 cups (500 ml)
WASABI GINGER SAUCE
Place the ginger and garlic in the work bowl of
the CuisinartTM Food Processor. Pulse 10 times
to chop; scrape work bowl. Add the next 7
ingredients in the order listed. Process 20 –
30 seconds. Add chili oil to taste; process
5 seconds. May be used immediately, or
refrigerated up to 5 days. Allow chilled dressing
to return to room temperature before using.
Use the sauce for steamed vegetables, or to
spread on steamed chicken or seafood.
Insert the metal blade in the CuisinartTM Food
Processor. With the machine running, drop the
cheese and garlic through the small feed tube;
process 15 – 20 seconds to chop. Add the chives,
parsley, drained yogurt and spinach; process to
combine, 45 seconds. Scrape the work bowl. With
the machine running, add the olive oil through the
small feed tube in a steady stream. Scrape the
work bowl. Add the hot sauce, then the water and
process to blend, about 20 – 30 seconds. The
sauce will be thick; if you wish a thinner sauce,
add more water a little at a time to taste.
Use a yogurt strainer or line a strainer with a
coffee filter or cheesecloth to strain the yogurt
overnight to remove the whey. The yogurt will
thicken and lose about half its volume – discard
the whey. Place the thawed spinach in a clean tea
towel (use a dark or old towel; it will stain), and
squeeze dry and reserve.
cup (250 ml) non-fat plain yogurt
(without gelatin)
1
10-ounce (284 g) package frozen chopped
spinach, thawed
½
ounce (14 g) Reggiano Parmesan cheese,
cut in ½-inch (1.25 cm) pieces
1 – 2 cloves garlic, peeled
8
chives, cut into 1-inch (2.5 cm) lengths
½
cup (125 ml) well-packed flat parsley
leaves
¼
cup (50 ml) extra virgin olive oil
4 – 6 drops Tabasco® or other hot sauce
3 – 4 tablespoons (45-50 ml) water (or to taste)
1
the yogurt.
Preparation: 10 minutes, plus overnight to drain
Makes about 1½ cups (375 ml)
SPINACH DIPPING SAUCE
Tip: As a marinade, use about 1 tablespoon
(15 ml) of marinade per portion. Meats such as
boneless, skinless chicken parts, pork chops, or
steaks, may be placed in a resealable freezer
weight bag, coated with marinade and frozen.
When thawed, they will be fully marinated and
ready to cook.
16
clove garlic, peeled
teaspoon (2 ml) basil
large roasted red pepper (may be from a
jar; drain), cut in 1-inch (2.5 cm) pieces
oil packed sun-dried tomatoes, drained of
excess oil
teaspoon (5 ml) balsamic vinegar
ounces (56 g) lowfat cream cheese,
cut in ½-inch (1.25 cm) pieces
tablespoons (30 ml) lowfat sour cream
clove garlic, peeled
pitted Kalamata olives (drained if in brine)
teaspoon (5 ml) fresh lemon juice
teaspoon (5 ml) drained capers
teaspoon (2 ml) anchovy paste
teaspoon (2 ml) Dijon-style mustard
teaspoon (2 ml) herbs de Provence
cup (75 ml) reduced fat mayonnaise
Place the garlic in the work bowl of a CuisinartTM
MiniPrep® Food Processor or MiniPrep® Plus Food
Processor and pulse 5 times to chop. Scrape the
1
12
1
1
½
½
½
1∕3
Makes about 2⁄3 cup (150 ml)
OLIVE TAPENADE AÏOLI
Pulse to combine, 10 times, then process until
smooth, 10 to 15 seconds. Scrape Prep Bowl and
process for 10 seconds longer. Transfer to a bowl,
cover tightly and refrigerate at least 30 minutes
before serving, to allow flavours to blend. May be
covered and refrigerated for up to 5 days.
Insert the blade (sharp side) in the Chopper
Grinder Prep Bowl. Place the garlic and basil in
the Prep Bowl; set on Speed 4 and pulse 10 times
to chop. Scrape the Prep Bowl. Add the roasted
red pepper, sun-dried tomatoes and balsamic
vinegar; process to chop, 10 seconds. Let blade
stop, then process for 10 seconds. Add the cream
cheese and sour cream.
2
1
2
4
1
½
1
Preparation: 5 minutes or less
Makes about ¾ cup (175 ml)
ROASTED RED PEPPER AND
SUN-DRIED TOMATO DIP
quart (1 L) fat free or regular plain yogurt,
drained*
cucumber (preferably English hothouse)
clove garlic, peeled
tablespoons (45 ml) dill weed
tablespoons (45 ml) mint leaves
tablespoon (15 ml) fresh oregano leaves
tablespoons (30 ml) juice
Salt and pepper to taste
*To Drain Yogurt:
Place yogurt in a yogurt strainer or a mesh
strainer lined with a coffee filter. Place over a
bowl and allow whey to drain from yogurt until
yogurt is thickened. Discard whey. Refrigerate
yogurt and use as a spread or to make sauces.
Insert metal blade. Place garlic, dill, mint, and
oregano in work bowl and process to chop,
5 seconds. Scrape work bowl and add drained
yogurt; process to blend, 10 seconds. Scrape
work bowl. Add shredded cucumber and lemon
juice; pulse to blend, 5 – 10 times. Season to
taste with salt and pepper. Cover and refrigerate
sauce for 30 minutes or longer to allow flavours
to blend.
Insert medium (4mm) shredding disc in
CuisinartTM Food Processor. Trim cucumber to
fit large feed tube, but do not peel. Use medium
pressure to shred. Remove and reserve.
1
1
3
3
1
2
1
Makes about 2⁄3 cup (150 ml)
TZATZIKI SAUCE
work bowl. Add the olives, lemon juice, capers,
anchovy paste, mustard, and herbs de Provence.
Pulse to chop, 5 times, then process until a paste
is formed, about 30 seconds, scraping the sides
of the work bowl as necessary. Add the
mayonnaise and pulse to mix in. Cover and allow
the mixture to stand while the artichokes steam.
The Olive Tapenade Aioli may be made a day
ahead. Keep refrigerated until ready to use.
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Makes 2⁄3 cup (150 ml)
cup (75 ml) good quality apricot preserves
cup (75 ml) Dijon-style mustard, smooth
or grainy
cup (75 ml) good quality whole berry
cranberry sauce
cup (75 ml) Dijon-style mustard, smooth
Makes about 2⁄3 cup (150 ml)
cup (125 ml) Dijon-style mustard
tablespoons (30 ml) prepared horseradish
tablespoon (15 ml) honey
Place mustard, horseradish, and honey in work
bowl of CuisinartTM Mini-Prep® Chopper and
process on Chop until smooth and homogenous.
½
2
1
HORSERADISH MUSTARD SAUCE
Place cranberry sauce and Dijon-style mustard in
work bowl of CuisinartTM Mini-Prep® Chopper and
process on Chop until smooth and homogenous.
1∕3
1∕3
Makes 2⁄3 cup (150 ml)
CRANBERRY MUSTARD
Place apricot preserves and Dijon-style mustard
in work bowl of CuisinartTM Mini-Prep® Chopper
and process on Chop until smooth and
homogenous.
1∕3
1∕3
APRICOT MUSTARD
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