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Switzerland - Swiss Recipes

A good-sized portion of Switzerland's cuisine is heavily influenced from its neighbors' cuisine, including French, German, and Italian cuisine. However, that is not to say that the Swiss do not have their own unique dishes. In fact due to Switzerland's history as being a country of farmers, their own developed cuisine revolves around potatoes and cheese (Rösti, Fondue, and Raclette), and not to mention their world famous chocolate.

The national dishes of Switzerland are rösti and fondue. Rösti is a simple potato pancake dish similar to hashbrowns or latkes. There are quite a few different versions that may include cheese, apples, and meats. Fondue, the most famous dish known to come out of Switzerland. Dipping crusty bread cubes into warm pots of melted cheese, flavored with beer or wine, , shared communally on tables, is a delight full treat.

 


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