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Product: Raw milk, sliced raclette cheese St-Niklaus.
St Niklaus, Swiss raclette cheese is more typical in taste than raclette cheese from Savoie, France. Its dough is firm but melts easily. Made according to an ancient traditional recipe, it has a typical, full-bodied taste.
What do you need at home? An electric cheese melter machine or a pan, a stove, some salt
Weight: Portion per head is 200Gr of cheese
Stuff to consider: NON pasteurised cow's milk cheese, lactose
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How to prepare:
1. Clean your potatoes before placing it in a large stove of cold water with a teaspoon of sea salt, bring to boil. Leave it at medium heat for approx. 20 minutes,
2. Heat your machine or your pan, place the cheese on it and get it melted as per your preference,
3. Serve the cheese on a potato, together with cold-cuts.