Hawaiian Fondue



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Growing up I was able to take part in these fabulous dinner parties my parents had each Saturday night, as I sat on the couch in the other room.

The parties were elaborate, and full of a ton of so many appetizers, main course and desserts.

I didn’t mind because this meant I could eat whatever I wanted on those nights.  I could have a hungry man tv dinner to myself or rally for something really amazing like a super stuffer home made burrito!

The one dish that my mom made as an appetizer was only ever made for her dinner parties, you see we never ever ate it, just because for some reason it had to be a special occasion.

I absolutely luv this Hawaiian Fondue, it is sweet and salty, so so good.

The fondue has pineapple, mini sausages and some Worcestershire sauce, that’s all! So easy!

Mom would add about 2 Tablespoons to thicken it up. The thickening made the sauce so extra good!

You simply put your ingredients in your fondue dish and off you go, add the ingredients, light the can of sterno or plug your fondue pot in, and call your friends and have a party.



Hawaiian Fondue

Difficulty: Beginner
Servings: 1



  1. Cut up the meat into bite size chunks Add the pineapple with juice, meat and some worcestershire sauce to your fondue pot ( or crock pot) and simmer until thickened.


Serve using toothpicks, it's all about the experience! You can use any type of sausage, the spicy ones are great in this recipe.
Keywords: fondue, pineapple, Hawaiian, hotdogs, sweet, sour, cocktail, sausage, Worcestershire,
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