Campfire Raclette Recipe - Muck® Boots UK – MuckbootUK



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Raclette is such a simple dish, taking minutes to melt. Celebrate Valentine's Day in style with a romantic meal on the beach – you might need a warm coat and your Muck Boots!

Getting a block of cheese ready next to the fire.


One ¼ wheel of Quicke’s Buttery Cheddar 
400g of Cornish new potatoes, cooked and sliced 
Half a cup of capers 
Some crusty bread or sourdough 
Duchy Charcuterie N’duja (optional but you wont regret it!) 
Your choice of ingredients to dip


1. Raclette basically involves melting the side of a big chunk of cheddar near the fire, then scraping it off onto a plate and eating it with some tasty crusty bread.

2. Get a hot fire going with a nice mature centre, ready to off-set cook the cheese.

2. Get a hot fire going with a nice mature centre, ready to off-set cook the cheese.
3. Choose a range of tasty accompaniments; crusty bread or sourdough, potatoes, gherkins, veg sticks - something with a good crunch always goes well with the gooey cheese.
4. If you’re using it, melt the N’duja slowly in a saucepan. 
5. Once you’ve got everything ready, set the cheese on a tray just far enough away from the fire so that over a short period, 3 to 4 minutes, its starts to melt.
Melting cheese near the fire.
6. Replace the cheddar on the grill and it’ll be good to go again in a few minutes. 
7. Just keep bringing the cheese over whenever its ready and repeat and repeat… 
Recipe by Ben Quinn 
Food being served on the beach, shared between friends.
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