Everything you need to host a successful raclette evening!
A general purpose raclette with multiple cooking surfaces
An assortment of extras supplied with many raclettes
The more complicated raclettes have fondue attachments for maximum flexibility
The most basic raclette grill and the ideal product for novices
The dish featuring Raclette cheese dates back more than 700 years, when it was called Bratchäs, Swiss-German for "roasted cheese."
With so many different types of raclette to choose from, we explore the advantages and disadvantages of each and then I'll give my own recommendations.
Ready to move to the raclette big leagues? Let's look at the next steps including stone bases, integral fondues and advanced recipes - all coming very soon!