Winter comfort food doesn’t get more decadent than Raclette, a classic European dish with the hero ingredient of melted, oozy, sweet and nutty Swiss-made cheese.
Raclette is the name of the cheese and the dish itself. Traditionally, the cheese was melted beside an open fire and scraped off the wheel onto small potatoes, cornichons and charcuterie.
It’s a fun dining idea with a little “theatre” at the table. You can buy a special raclette grill, use a tabletop grill or a frying pan over your cooktop stove.
Our two top-selling raclettes are the imported Raclette de Scey from France and the Tasmanian classic, Heidi Farms Raclette.