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How can I recreate a dish from Las Iguanas?

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TheUselessGiraffe Fri 21-Dec-18 12:28:55

DP and I loved the cheese fondue at Las Iguanas. The potatoes were crispy and fluffy and the cheese...

I’m drooling blush

Would love to recreate the dish at home. Does anyone have the recipe?

TIA tbusmile

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Justme1981 Fri 21-Dec-18 17:11:25

No answers but shamelessly watching - their food is amazing! Esp cassava fries grin

anniehm Fri 21-Dec-18 17:29:50

Sorry don't know about that item but did recreate ximxim and tasted very similar, actually better

kateandme Fri 21-Dec-18 17:35:54

if you search google for peruvian cheese fondue and potatos would that come up with something.

kateandme Fri 21-Dec-18 17:38:47

don't quote me on this but im sure james martin is doing a cheese fondue on his cooking show tomorrow morning.he was talking about it this morning.

AtleastitsnotMonday Fri 21-Dec-18 20:00:26

Not what yo asked but I noticed they were sell8ng las iguanas dishing in Sainsbury’s!

SmilingButClueless Fri 21-Dec-18 20:07:44

@AtleastitsnotMonday I tried one of those the other week (think it was the enchilada). Really not great - nothing like the restaurant food. Hopefully it was just part of a bad batch, but won’t be trying it again.

TheUselessGiraffe Sat 22-Dec-18 14:02:53

@kateandme I googled Peruvian cheese fondue but couldn’t find any blush. Can anyone help?

What I did find though was this Mexican cheese fondue recipe. It seems fairly straightforward but does anyone know what I can use instead of lager?

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WhatWouldLeslieKnopeDo Sat 22-Dec-18 15:20:42

I was about to suggest queso fundido. I use the Wahaca recipe, which has tomatoes rather than potatoes. You could use wine or vermouth instead of the lager, if you have any. Or if you want it to be non-alcoholic I'd use stock.

kateandme Sat 22-Dec-18 15:54:04

kateandme Sat 22-Dec-18 15:56:55

Apple juice, some stock with a bit of lemon juice or vinegar

kateandme Sat 22-Dec-18 15:59:19

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