Our 5 Best Fondue Broth Recipes

Are you looking for some wonderful homemade fondue broth recipes? You’ve come to the right place! With the Fondussimo’s innovative system of perforated baskets, you can cook a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional ingredients, which will taste even better with delicious homemade broths!

General Tao Fondue Broth

This sweet and sour broth is easy to make and is less expensive than store-bought broths. It’s impossible not to love it! It is particularly suitable for cooking chicken (thighs and breasts) as well shrimp and tofu, vegetables and dumplings. Several followers told us they’ve tried using rice noodles! In that case, our advice is to plan for a larger quantity of broth!


Italian Fondue Broth

We created this far-too-perfect fondue broth in fall 2019, and it has since become one of the most popular on our website! This very tasty fondue broth is made with tomato and red wine, and is perfect for cooking stuffed pasta, like ravioli and tortellini, but we also love it with vegetables like zucchini, eggplant and mushrooms.


Fondue Broth for Wild Game

Die-hard carnivores will love this broth! Its tasty flavour profile is perfect for showcasing large game such as moose and deer. If you don’t have access to game meat, you can use cubes of beef or flank steak that will also be also divine with this recipe as well as fatty fish, such as salmon.


A Perfect Broth for Fish and Seafood

We have created a unique broth to celebrate seafood products in fondue format. We call it “The Fisherman’s Fondue.” In fact, this broth is so good that we invite you to use it as a “soup” during the meal. Its notes of white wine, leek and salted herbs complement white fish, scallops and even squid! It will take your taste buds on a fantastic culinary voyage!


Beer Broth (Cheers!)

Who said fondue broths can only be made with red wine? We created this beer fondue broth based on the German Oktoberfest tradition. Unsurprisingly, it’s more than suitable for cooking sausages, but it also goes very well with cheese curds, vegetables like cabbage and onion, and even apples! Yes, we know it sounds crazy!


And what about you? Which fondue broth are you most interested in trying?

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