escobilla de goma

escobilla de goma

En Suiza, when it begins to get cold outside, or the first snow has hit the ground, the thoughts of a nice warm Raclette meal fills your head. Raclette is a most wonderful dish that is said to have originated in both the French region of Switzerland and in the high altitudes of the French Alps. Not a surprise, as both regions are not only situated among the towering Alps, but both regions are defined by a rich culture of cheese and family heritage. Yes, cheese is a culture that both lands pride themselves with, additionally this meal is designed to be shared together with family and friends around a warm grill, or fire. Let's not ignore the specialty of a medium to firm cheese selected for this wonderful meal. As a result of coming from the cheese cultured land, every detail was properly arranged. For starters, not only is the cheese incredibly delicious and creamy, but who could ask for a more ingenious idea than to have the cheese cut in squares. (just the right size for the mini-trays it sits in as it melts under the warm grillThe result of this fine cheese is no oily film or puddling of oil that you would get with other cheese when it melts.   For this dish, melted cheese is accompanied by soft boiled potatoes, (boiled for about 8 acta)   Every Swiss is said to have a raclette grill in the house-that along with the fondue pot. Two wonderful traditions, which have lasted hundreds of years. I say, get grilling and try your own Raclette.
En Guete!
Plato Plato principal
Cocina suizo
Tiempo de preparación 10 minutos
Tiempo de cocción 5 minutos
Tiempo total 15 minutos
porciones 5

Ingredientes

  • 200 gramos queso raclette cheese, semi-hard
  • 3 a 4 medio patatas hervido
  • 1 jar pickles smaller varieties
  • 1 taza salsa de manzana to eat along with the potatoes and cheese

Instrucciones

  • assemble the potatoes in a pressure cooker, and just cover with water. Seal the lid, and when the pressure knob is raised, then set the timer for 8 mi. Assemble in a basket when cooked, wrapped in a napkin to keep warm
  • plug the grill and set in the middle of the table. Each diner should have 1 o 2 trays to put under the grill. It usually takes a good 15 mi. to warm up the grill.
  • assemble the cheese. There are many assortments. Some cheese is plain, while others have pepper corns or garlic, or herbs in the cheese.
  • StartPut the cheese in the trays to put under the heat. It takes about 5 min. In the mean time, grab a potato, cut it up, and add a pickle or two, then when the cheese is melted, pour it over the potato. Add some fresh ground pepper, and enjoy.
    The grill on top is used often for sausages, or other types of meat to accompany the cheese. We like to make a batch of crepes to cook after the cheese meal, to serve as a light dessert. The choice is yours.
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