Fondue meaning

fŏn-do͝o, -dyo͝o
A soufflé usually made with cheese and bread crumbs.
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A dish made by melting cheese in wine, with a little brandy and seasoning added, used as a dip for cubes of bread.
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Any of various other dishes, as one in which cubes of meat are dipped in simmering oil until cooked.
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Cheese soufflé with bread crumbs.
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A dish made of melted cheese, chocolate etc., or of a boiling liquid into which food can be dipped.
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To prepare or serve as a fondue.
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Origin of fondue

  • French from feminine past participle of fondre to melt fondant

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From French fondue (“melted”), from fondre (“to melt”).

    From Wiktionary