Heat a pan and heat the butter. You can use Coconut oil instead. Saute the onion along with garlic and salt until aromatic.
Add the bell peppers and sauté for 2 minutes.
Add the tomatoes and stir for 1-2 minutes.
Add little water and medium flame for 2 minutes
Add the pav bhaji masala and chilli powder,
mix well and cook on a medium flame for 1 minute, while stirring occasionally.
Allow the mixture to cool slightly and blend
in a mixer to a smooth puree.
You can at this point transfer this puree to your fondue pot (with the flame on, if serving in few minutes).
Note: If you do NOT own a fondue pot, use your saucepan instead to do the rest of the procedure.
I add the milk to my blender and give it a whirl
and pour it to my fondue pot. You can instead add the milk directly as well.
If you are going to be serving soon enough, add the cheese.
Keep stirring until melted and the mixture is thick. You need it thick enough to coat the bread/croutons.
I toast the bread in little butter until browned. I use the same pan where I sauteed the onion tomato mixture for the bread to pick up any flavors from the pan. Kinda same as the Pav Bhaji concept.
I cube them to make croutons.
Add the cream to the fondue and