Coq Au Vin Fondue for meats and veggies

Another favorite from the Melting Pot. I found this similar recipe from It is very very very close to the Melting Pot recipe! Great for beef, veggies, fish/seafood, pork, and chicken!




  1. Heat vegetable stock in fondue pot until it begins to simmer.
  2. Add all other ingredients, bring to simmer.
  3. Place individual pieces of desired meat or veggies on fondue fork and put in pot until correct temperature has been reached. Lobster and shrimp may take under a minute to cook while beef and pork will take slightly longer. Take the necessary precautions so you don’t eat raw meat.

5 Comments on “Coq Au Vin Fondue for meats and veggies”

  1. Mary Ellen says:

    What a neat idea!!

  2. joelen says:

    I’ve had coq au vin fondue and it’s delicious! I never really thought of making it at home but I just might soon!

  3. fingers80 says:

    What a great idea to make some “copy cat” recipes from Melting Pot. I love melting pot, but there isn’t one really close to our house, and it’s so expensive.

  4. Melissa says:

    I just made Coq Au Vin for the first time and it was delicious, I bet this fondue was amazing!

  5. Kristina says:

    Oooh, another reason to get out the fondue pot. Yeah!

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