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Suisse St Niklaus Raclette cheese

Suisse St Niklaus Raclette cheese

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Description

What Is Raclette?

Raclette is both the name of a cheese and the name of a quintessential après-ski sharing dish which is made from that same cheese. It has Swiss origins, although you’ll also find it the region of France that shares a border with Switzerland. It gets its name from the French racler which means “to scrape.”

How does raclette taste? This fantastic cow’s milk cheese has a wonderful creamy texture and a salty, slightly sweet, slightly nutty flavor not unlike Gruyere. It’s fairly aromatic and becomes more pungent the longer the cheese wheel is aged. Don’t let the smell fool you, though; raclette doesn’t taste as strong as it smells.

 

Flavored versions of the cheese also exist. You may come across raclette made with peppercorns, herbs, garlic and even truffles!

 

How to Make Raclette

This hearty, flavorful dish is incredibly easy to make. First thing’s first, you’ll need a raclette grill like this and some raclette. You can pic kthe cheese up from your local cheesemonger or artisan food store. You’ll want to serve a selection of meats (think cured and smoked charcuterie), veggies and potatoes to dip into your raclette. A fresh baguette wouldn’t be out of place and cornichons (aka pickles) are an absolute must.

Start by firing up your raclette grill. While you’re waiting for it to heat up, cut up several slices of raclette. Don’t be shy—you’ll want thicker slices of cheese. Once the grill is hot, melt the cheese in the individual pans and cook the meats and veggies. Once everything is cooked to your liking, go ahead and plate your selections and scrape the melted cheese on top with a knife.

 

What to Drink with Raclette

Traditionally, this cheesy delight is served with tea, wine or beer. The best wines for raclette are pinot gris (the French style), riesling or Swiss white wines like chasselas. If you ever get the opportunity to try this wonderful dish in its native country, the Swiss will tell you that drinking water with your raclette is a major no-no. You’ll want something with a bit of acidity to help break down all the fats in raclette and keep your palate fresh between bites.

 

Details

Product Name

Raclette Cheese

Size

200g Wedge

1kgWedge

2kgWedge

Country of origin

Switzerland

Ingredient

Raw milk, Salt, Lactic acid bacteria, Rennet

Brand

ST-Niklaus

Allergens

Milk

Storage conditions

Keep refrigerated 4-8 

 

Information sources

https://www.tasteofhome.com/article/raclette-the-cheese-dish-youve-never-heard-of/


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