Warm up the colder seasons with these tasty croque-monsieur recipes made with Swiss Cheese.
No matter what season, the croque-monsieur is one of our favourite comfort foods! While it is accompanied by a fresh salad in summer, we prefer more generous ingredients during winter times. Chicken, candied tomatoes or even kimchi: heat up your croque-monsieur machine and make your guests melt with these warm, wintery recipes.
Embark on a multicultural journey with the Swiss Berber, a croque with chicken Chawarma and Etivaz AOP
When a Middle Eastern specialty meets an ultra-popular Swiss ingredient, it’s bound to be tasty! The Swiss Berber is a particularly unusual cosmopolitan variation. Made with a generous slice of sourdough bread topped with Chawarma chicken, sumac-marinated onion and Etivaz AOP, this croque will make you feel mouth-watering!
Say (Kym)Cheeeeese: fill your croque with homemade kimchi and Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP Rustic
Do you like to travel? Plan a stopover in South Korea with this Kymcheese croque: an original combination of homemade kimchi and Vacherin Fribourgeois AOP Rustic captured between two slices of buttered bread. Mas-issneun (Tasty in Korean)!
Or would you prefer a vegetarian version with Tête de Moine PDO?
Of course, a croque without ham cannot technically be called a “croque-monsieur”, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be just as tasty! This vegetarian alternative doesn’t just have a “simple slice of cheese”, but delights you with a whole bunch of toppings. Say hello to the Very Veggie!
Twice as much cheese for ten times as much pleasure: try this croque-fondue made with Gruyère d’Alpage AOP and Tomme Fleurette!
The favourite dish of gourmets in winter? Fondue, of course! There’s no need to get out your fondue set: enjoy this Swiss specialty between two slices of bread with a shallot compote, a delicately spiced salad and edible flowers.