I’m sure you’ve heard of the delicious French cheese, Reblochon, but did you know that you can use it to make some truly delicious recipes?
In this article, I have compiled 10 of the best Reblochon cheese recipes that will have your taste buds jumping with joy.
Keep reading to discover these delicious recipes that you can make with Reblochon cheese!
Butternut Gratin With Reblochon
Sometimes the simple recipes are the most delicious.
This Butternut Gratin With Reblochon is a great example of that.
This quick and easy dish can be ready in under an hour and is sure to be a hit at the dinner table.
The combination of the earthy butternut, creamy potatoes, and nutty Reblochon cheese makes for an unforgettable flavor.
For best results, I recommend pre-boiling the potatoes for about 10 minutes and grating the Reblochon cheese.
You can’t go wrong with a classic tartiflette!
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It’s a hearty, cheesy dish that’s sure to fill you up and bring a smile to your face.
To make this dish, you’ll need potatoes, Reblochon cheese, onion, garlic, bacon, cream, white wine, thyme, bay leaves, parsley, salt, pepper and butter.
Be sure to use the best quality ingredients you can find, as the flavor of the dish really depends on them.
When cooking the potatoes, be sure to boil them until they are tender – this will help them hold their shape and result in a better texture.
If you’re looking for extra flavor, try adding a pinch of nutmeg to the mix.
Spanish Tortilla Filled With Reblochon Cheese
When it comes to Spanish cuisine, nothing beats the classic Spanish tortilla.
But why not switch it up with a twist on the original recipe?
This Spanish Tortilla Filled With Reblochon Cheese is a meltingly delicious dish that will make your taste buds dance!
For an added touch of flavor, sauté the shallots with a dash of olive oil before adding the Reblochon cheese, and season to taste with salt.
Baked Reblochon Pithivier style
I love anything with cheese, and this baked reblochon Pithivier style recipe looks like a great way to enjoy the winter season.
The combination of the melted Reblochon cheese, bacon lardons, and herbs like thyme makes this a delicious dish.
To make it even more flavorful, I recommend sautéing the onion and garlic in olive oil before adding them to the mix.
And don’t forget to brush the puff pastry with an egg wash before baking for an extra golden and shiny finish.
You don’t have to travel to the French Alps to enjoy the classic dish of reblochonnade!
This delicious meal of melted cheese served with roasted sausages, boiled potatoes, and other bites can be easily recreated at home.
- To make it, try using a bloomy-rind soft cow-milk cheese like Jasper Hill Farm Little Hosmer, Sweet Grass Dairy Green Hill, or Marin French Cheese Camembert.
- Boil some small yellow potatoes until their skins split, then pair it with some assorted ham and charcuterie, as well as fresh grilled sausages or sautéed mushrooms.
- Serve it with a baguette, cornichons, mustard, and a green salad for a complete meal.
Ski Chalet Supper: Tartiflette Savoyarde with Reblochon Cheese
If you’re looking for a cozy, comforting meal for your ski chalet supper, then look no further than Tartiflette Savoyarde with Reblochon Cheese.
This delicious gratin is made up of potatoes, onions or shallots, lardons (or bacon), white wine, cream and cheese – a definite crowd-pleaser!
To make the most of this recipe, I recommend using crème fraiche instead of cream, and adding a little bit of butter to the potatoes for extra flavor.
Potato and Leek Gratin with Reblochon Cheese
Imagine the ultimate comfort food: a creamy, cheesy gratin of potatoes and leeks.
This Potato and Leek Gratin with Reblochon Cheese is the perfect easy-to-make dish for cozy winter dinners.
For a richer flavor, use bacon lardons instead of onions and add a bit of nutmeg and freshly ground pepper to the mix.
For a lighter version, replace the cream with milk and the reblochon cheese with a lighter cheese.
This is a great dish to make ahead of time and bake when needed.
French Bacon, Potato, and Reblochon Casserole
Almost nothing beats the warmth and comfort of a casserole to get you through the winter.
This French Bacon, Potato, and Reblochon Casserole is the perfect addition to your wintertime menu.
Its combination of creamy Reblochon cheese, crispy bacon, and starchy potatoes makes for a delicious and satisfying dish.
To make sure that the potatoes don’t get soggy, pre-cook them before adding them to the casserole.
To give the dish a bit more flavor, you could also add some fresh herbs like rosemary or thyme.
Potato and reblochon cheese gratin
How about trying this delicious Potato and Reblochon Cheese Gratin, a classic dish from the Haute Savoie Alps region?
This gratin-style dish is full of flavor and perfect for winter dinner gatherings.
Make sure to use smoked bacon and a washed rind cheese like reblochon to add depth of flavor.
To make it extra special, add a splash of dry white wine and a sprinkle of chopped parsley.
Croutes au Reblochon (cheese and ham on toast)
It doesn’t have to be complicated to make something delicious.
This Croutes au Reblochon recipe is proof of that.
All you need is some crusty bread, a few slices of ham, and some Reblochon cheese.
Toast the bread and melt the cheese on top.
Top with the sliced ham, and you have an easy, delicious and comforting meal.
If you want to make it even more special, add some fresh herbs, like thyme or rosemary, and a drizzle of olive oil.
10 Ways To Cook With Reblochon Cheese
- Butternut Gratin With Reblochon
- Classic tartiflette
- Spanish Tortilla Filled With Reblochon Cheese
- Baked Reblochon Pithivier style
- Roasted "Reblochon"
- SKI CHALET SUPPER: TARTIFLETTE SAVOYARDE WITH REBLOCHON CHEESE
- Potato and Leek Gratin with Reblochon Cheese
- French Bacon, Potato, and Reblochon Casserole
- Potato and reblochon cheese gratin
- Croutes au Reblochon (cheese and ham on toast)
- Pick your favorite recipe from this list to serve for dinner tonight.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Enjoy in no time!