Raclette is a Swiss cheese that is generally prepared by heating a whole half-wheel of cheese and scraping the melted portion onto a plate full of potatoes, pickles and cured meats providing quite a spectacle for all the diners! Although most of us don't have raclette contraptions in our homes, we will not be deprived of melty cheese! Gruyere is a more commonly available substitute that melts beautifully on the stove and creates a cheesy waterfall to mimic the traditional raclette.
What you will need
1/2 lb Gruyere
Mini Potatoes, optional(Nutritional facts 357 calories, 18.29 g fat, 34.7 g carbohydrates, 19.4 g protein, 56 mg cholesterol, 1391 mg sodium)
How to cook
Add salami, boiled potatoes and cornichons to a plate.
Slice the gruyere into about 1/4 inch slabs. Place on a small nonstick skillet over medium low heat. Top with a lid to begin the melting process. Slowly heat the cheese until it starts to melt completely. You may decide to drain off some of the grease.
Carefully pour the molten cheese over the plate and enjoy!
Gobble up all that delicious melty cheese!