An Italian term for a thick sauce or appetizer dip typically to be used for fondue-like dipping. A fonduta will most often be made with melted cheese (Fontina or Camembert) combined with other ingredients, such as milk or cream, eggs, possibly wine, herbs, and seasonings. This mixture then becomes a sauce for dipping foods, like a cheese dip, or as a topping for pasta and rice.
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