The Main Ingredient Of The Dish: Cancoillotte

Cancoillote is a cheese-like spread made from butter, cream and Gruyère cheese. Originating in the Lorraine region of France, it has become popular throughout much of Europe for its unique flavor and texture. It’s often used in a variety of dishes, from savory to sweet.

1. Tartiflette: This French classic is made with potatoes, bacon and reblochon cheese (a similar type of cheese as Cancoillote). It’s creamy, cheesy and comforting – perfect for cold winter nights!

2. Gâteau Lorrain: This delicious cake is made with layers of sponge cake, pastry cream and Cancoillote. It’s a regional specialty from the Lorraine region – where Cancoillote originates!

3. Alsatian Onion Tart: This tart fills puff pastry with onions, bacon and plenty of melted Cancoillote. Perfect for an easy weeknight meal or a party appetizer.

4. Raclette: A classic Swiss dish, raclette is made with melted cheese served over boiled potatoes and vegetables. It’s perfect for sharing!

5. Cheese Soufflé: This light yet decadent soufflé is made with melted Cancoillote and gruyère cheese. Enjoy it for a special occasion or just to treat yourself!