Everybody loves raclette and I’m no exception! It’s the best way to gather people! What I love the most about it, is that we can take our time and enjoy our meal; making it easy to spend hours at the table without having the need to unbuckle our belt!
Raclette is a very convenient meal; it makes everybody happy. It’s amazing!
I still like to put a little twist on the regular raclette. Let’s think outside the box and grill other ingredients than diced beef, shrimp and sliced potatoes! I like to use my raclette grill for brunch, to make pizzas or Savoyarde Raclette and even cook spaghetti!
The first time I got to test the spaghetti bar with my raclette, was for my oldest daughter’s party. One of her friends was vegetarian and another one didn’t like peppers. My daughter wanted mac and cheese but I really didn’t feel like it. Problem!
So, I got my raclette grill out, cut veggies, heated up two kinds of sauce and filled up a big dish with cooked pasta. No, I didn’t forget the cheese, the baguette or the garlic butter.
The girls loved being in charge of their meal!It was a total hit! And I can tell you it’s as succulent for big celebrations as it is for weekends with friends at the chalet.
I couldn’t keep this secret to myself! I perfected it with time and I am now ready to reveal it!
What you will need (for 8 servings):
My trick for an easy and successful pasta raclette:
Here are a few combos tested and approved by my guests:
I dare you to cook up a raclette and pasta night, to your taste and with whatever is available in your fridge! You will wonder why you haven’t tried before!