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How-to Guide for an original raclette

  • Baking — The time you enjoy your meal!

  • Preparation — 30 minutes

  • Servings — 2


The idea of meeting around a good raclette is comforting! Thank you to chef Marc-Alexandre who offers simple but original ideas to make this moment of sharing simply delicious!

  • 1

    Dalisa beef tournedos

  • 1

    coq au porc Dalisa

  • 375g

    Dalisa Mild Italian Tapas Sausages

  • Charcuterie of your choice

  • Asparagus

  • Baby potatoes

  • Apple, pear and grapes

  • Assorted nuts (optional)

  • Selections of raclette cheeses of your choice. It is always interesting to choose at least 3 different varieties.

  • 227g

    of regular or light cream cheese

  • 3 tbsp

    truffle oil

  • 1

    bunch of chives

  • Salt and pepper to taste



  1. Remove the bacon from the beef tournedos and Dalisa Coq au Pork. Slice it into the size of your choice.
  2. Slice the tournedos. It does not need to be sliced very thin if rare or medium rare is desired.
  3. Divide the chicken and pork from the coq au porc and thinly slice each meat.
  4. Cut the sausages into 2 or 3 pieces or leave them whole to your choice.
  5. Place the meats, sausages and bacon on a serving platter.
  6. Deposit the charcuterie on a second plate.

Vegetables, fruits and nuts

  1. To blanch the potatoes, bring a pot of salted water to a boil. Add the potatoes and lower the heat. Stop cooking as soon as boiling returns. Drain and rinse with cold water to stop the cooking. Then cut the potatoes into rounds.
  2. Cut the apples and pears into thin slices. Fruits are delicious additions to meats and cheeses. Arrange on a presentation plate.
  3. Break off the tough end of the asparagus to remove it and place on a serving plate. Blanching asparagus is not essential.
  4. The nuts can be placed on the table to be tasted while waiting for the cooking of meats and vegetables.

Mixed cheese

  1. Finely chop the chives.
  2. In a bowl, mix all the ingredients.
  3. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  4. This mixed cheese is the perfect accompaniment to your raclette!

Cooking and serving

  1. Place the raclette oven in the center of the table and preheat.
  2. Spread a little vegetable oil on the hot plate of the raclette.
  3. Cook vegetables and meats, turning them occasionally. Pay particular attention to cooking poultry. Beef can be served any way you like.
  4. If desired, gratinate vegetables, meats, and cheese under the raclette grill.
  5. Homemade or market fresh Sriracha and Dijonnaise sauces are a great complement to raclette.
  6. Accompany with a good baguette and have a good time!
  7. A very simple idea: why not take advantage of the raclette oven to warm up a crêpe or a waffle topped with fruit and chocolate for dessert? No need to clean the grill if you like the sweet and salty taste!
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