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Chicken Fondue

Chicken Fondue  recipe
photo by:kraft
Made this on Superbowl Sunday and everyone liked the taste. I put out zucchini wedges with the chicken. I had to make two batches! I liked cooking in a healthy stock more
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on 3/16/2006
15 min
25 min
8 servings, 1/3 cup dippers and 2 Tbsp. dip each
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What You Need

cup  prepared GOOD SEASONS Italian or Zesty Italian Dressing Mix
medium  onion, finely chopped
cans   (14.5 oz. each) chicken broth
cup  apple juice
Tbsp.  cornstarch
lb.  boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into thin strips
cups  cut-up assorted fresh vegetables, such as small cauliflower florets, mushroom slices and chopped bell peppers
cup  MIRACLE WHIP Dressing, divided
small  garlic clove
Tbsp.  lemon juice
Tbsp.  GOOD SEASONS Italian or Zesty Italian Dressing Mix

Make It

HEAT 1/4 cup of the Italian dressing in fondue pot or heavy saucepan on medium-high heat. Add onions; cook and stir until crisp-tender. Add broth, apple juice and cornstarch; stir until well blended. Bring just to boil.

DIP chicken and vegetables, in batches, into boiling broth mixture with a long-handled fork or long skewer. Cook chicken for 3 min. or until cooked through and vegetables for 2 to 3 min. or until crisp-tender, removing ingredients from the broth mixture as they are done.

COMBINE 1/2 cup of the MIRACLE WHIP with the garlic and lemon juice. Mix remaining 1/2 cup MIRACLE WHIP with the Italiian dressing mix. Serve as dips for the chicken and vegetables.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Fon-Do's and Fon-Don'ts
Be sure to have separate plates for the raw and cooked ingredients so that the juices from the raw meat don't mix with the cooked food. Also, be sure to use the right fondue pot for the job - a broth fondue should be cooked in a metal fondue pot to maintain the high temperature needed for cooking the meat. If you don't have a metal fondue pot, use a large saucepan or slow cooker instead. Wooden skewers can be used instead of the fondue forks.
Keeping it Safe
Never allow cooked chicken to set at room temperature for more than 2 hours. If it is not eaten immediately, cooked chicken should be kept hot or refrigerated.
How to Easily Cut Chicken
Cutting boneless skinless chicken breasts into pieces can be a slippery task. Make it safer and prevent the knife from slipping by cutting the chicken while it is partially frozen. The firmer chicken is much easier to cut and handle.
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