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Raclette Cheese, traditional melting cheese

Raclette Cheese, traditional melting cheese

£2.07 per 100g

melty, gooey, yummy

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    Raclette cheese is a Alpine staple of yummy melting cheese gooeyness.  The history is that shepherds would carry the cheese with them, then melt it by their camp fires and scrape the melted bit off onto bread

    If you don't have a camp fire or Raclette machine - this is a gizmo for melting the cheese and scraping of the melted bit!  There are many ways of creating the desired effect so dont panic!  A skillet or griddle pan  would work on a hob, popping a cm thick slice under the grill in a casserole dish or something equally heat proof and non leaky would do the trick.  You could even put it in the microwave if absolutely necessary.  Served with boiled new potatoes, cured meats, cornichons (pickled Gherkins)  and pickles, the melted Raclette is tasty and makes a wonderful meal to eat on a chilly evening.  Or if you want an easy life, cook the potatoes, add a good slice of cheese on top and pop it in the oven until melted and serve with yummy bits. 


    Milk Type : Cow's milk

    Pasteurisation : Unpasteurised

    Rennet type : Animal Rennet

    Flavour : Mild

    Country of Origin : France

    Brand : French

    Product Code : MTCS543

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    Absolutely delicious cheese. We bought a large piece and froze it in smaller parts. It defrosted well - you’d never know it had been frozen.

    Chloe Ford | Newport, Wales | May 2022

    Absolutely perfect

    This is the second time I’ve had this cheese for raclette. The first was ‘ok’ but greasy whereas this second one was absolutely perfect. Great taste, no grease - delicious!

    Robert Cole | Church Stretton | November 2022