Tealight raclette for a cozy evening
Melted cheese - delicious with Swiss origin
Similar to a cheese fondue, cheese is slowly melted for a raclette. Traditionally, half a wheel of cheese is used for this purpose, and the melted part is then scraped off at regular intervals and in small portions. As a variant for home, a raclette is usually used in which the cheese is melted in portions in small pans. The special cheese is commercially available cut into slices. Often, such devices are equipped with six, eight or even more pans - simply too much, if you have a desire for the hearty cheese dish even with two people. The solution is a small tea light raclette, which is suitable both for a cozy evening at home and can be taken along on trips or camping.
Mini raclette with tea light
Whether indoors or outdoors, our tea light raclette allows you to eat delicious raclette quickly and easily. The mini raclette with tea light, unlike the larger devices, completely without power supply and is immediately ready for use after lighting the tea lights. Due to its compact dimensions with a length of 36 cm and a height of only 6 cm, it can be stored quickly and space-saving after use. The base frame made of black painted metal is stable and stands securely on flat surfaces, a nice detail is the "Cheese" punching on the sides. In the removable raclette pans, the cheese melts to the desired degree without burning and is then removed with the included wooden scrapers. The wooden scrapers are heat-stable and, like the pans in the tealight raclette, are comfortable to hold.
What should not be missing
If you want to enjoy a delicious cheese dish with the mini raclette with tea light, you can feast to your heart's content. Classic is the combination with small jacket potatoes and of course a bit of bread, also pickled cornichons and silver onions are eaten with cheese in Switzerland, where the raclette originated. If you like, you can also serve some bacon cubes or other pickled vegetables with it. In addition to the classic raclette cheese, which originally comes from the canton of Valais and is still produced there today as a particularly flavorful variety, try other variations. For example, how about a goat cheese or a variety with truffles or garlic? With the mini raclette with tea light, you can enjoy your very own personal cheese dinner for two: Where you want and when you want, the tea light raclette is always ready for use thanks to its independence from the mains, as well as being quick to clean and stow away.
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