Boska XL Partyclette $110.95

Where does raclette come from?

The phenomenon of raclette has actually been a dining experience since 1921. Otherwise known as an outdoor meal of vegetables and raclette cheese warmed by a campfire, farmers from Valais in Western Switzerland were the first to eat it. Traditionally, a wheel of raclette cheese was cut in half and placed near the fire until it began to melt and was scraped onto veggies like boiled potatoes, pickled onions, gherkins, capers and more.

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Light tea lights, add your cheese to the pan, set the pan on top of the lit base and allow cheese to heat. You’ll have melted cheese in minutes. In the absence of raclette cheese, Gruyère, Emmental, Fontina or any mixture of melting cheeses will work well.

Kitchen Notes

Clean base with wet cloth and dishwashing liquid, do not soak. Clean grill pans and spatulas with lukewarm water and dishwashing liquid.

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