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    An alcoholic version of a Chambord truffle. The cocktail is as smooth as ganache, but not quite so innocent.

    Recipe #374335

    From "The Swiss Cookbook". I haven't tried them yet. Times are guesses and do not include the one-hour chilling time.

    Recipe #379842

    According to AAA Living magazine, "from more than 350 recipes, Godiva Brownies by Teri Rasey-Bolf...won the 19th annual 'Michigan's Best' baking contest sponsored by Zehnder's of Frankenmuth." I made these brownies last night for Thanksgiving. I followed all of the directions, and baked the brownies in a 9 x 13" glass baking dish. After 30 minutes, my brownies were still gooey in the middle. I took them to my parents' house and warmed them at 200 F for another 15 minutes, hoping to solidify the middle. They still were pretty goey inside, but everyone loved them. I am not sure if they are supposed to be that way (they tasted delicious, though), so if anyone has any suggestions, they would be appreciated! Also, all I had on hand was salted butter, so I just eliminated the 1/2 tsp of salt called for in the ingredients.

    Recipe #340126

    This is very easy to make and is convenient to leave in the oven while you prepare the main part of the meal.

    Recipe #364824

    I found this recipe on site called about.com, which information about Switzerland. It states that: A typical side salad in Switzerland would include some green salad, lettuce, carrots, tomato, cucumber, maybe some corn or beans (white or red). It could also include beetroot or even coleslaw. Some people like to add half an egg or decorate the salad with nuts or pumpkin seeds.

    Recipe #456602

    Adapted from the October 17, 2009 issue of Family Circle Magazine. Submitted by a reader, Shelly Fisher, who created it after having Swiss fondue in Europe. I don't think the garlic works, so I have made it optional.

    Recipe #455203

    DH and I made this recipe on the BBQ last night to accompany Grill Roasted Chicken with Chimichurri Rojo. From Williams-Sonoma. We enjoyed the potatoes very much. We easily halved the recipe, but still used 2 garlic cloves. We also used salted butter and this was fine.

    Recipe #433321

    This is a very simple and quick French Bread. It has a finer texture and more of a chewy crust than what you get from the bakery. I found this in an Bon Appetite years and years ago. I sometimes make rolls rather than loaves. With this coming together so quickly you can easily make large batches; with two students helping to shape the rolls I've made 6 batches, start to finish in under two hours. Prep time doesn't include rising time.

    Recipe #114709

    "The chocolate drink Ovomaltine (known in the USA as "Ovaltine") originates in Switzerland and enjoys ongoing popularity, particularly with young people. Aside from being a beverage, the powder is also eaten sprinkled on top of a slice of buttered bread." Found this on wikipedia...not exactly a recipe, but worth a try! The ingrediant amounts can be adjusted to your liking.

    Recipe #456401

    3 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    In December we were in Washington, D.C. and had a wonderful beet salad at a little bistro. This recipe is as close as it gets to replicating that experience. Roasting the beets really brings out the sweetness, lightly drizzled with the dressing, sprinkled withe feta and toasted walnuts for an elegant dining experience. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #385150

    Recipe #411971

    I love King Arthur's Everything Bread and Bagel Topping so I decided to try and make my own. We love this on loaves of homemade Wheat Bread.

    Recipe #421678

    3 Reviews |  By Sara 76

    This is from a packet a sultanas. I plan on trying them soon!

    Recipe #343361

    3 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Found this recipe on dishbase.com. It states that this dish is especially popular in Bern Switzerland and there are several variations. I haven't tried this yet but am posting it for ZWT7. Times and servings are estimates.

    Recipe #455027

    3 Reviews |  By Linky1

    Saint Moritz is more than just a great little resort town in Switzerland, it's also a great shooter recipe! Another lovely layered drink, just two little ingredients will leave you in creamy raspberry bliss in no time. If you want to go all out, consider garnishing with whipped cream. Enjoy!

    Recipe #457044

    This is from Woman's Day.

    Recipe #362121

    A recipe found in an old Australian Good Taste magazine. You can use Jarsburg cheese if gruyere is not available. Frozen cauliflower works well for this recipe too. You can use a white onion in place of the leek if they are not available,Use a blended gluten-free flour and crumbs (or leave off the crumbs all-together) to make this gluten-free suitable.

    Recipe #457927

    This recipe came from the Holl's Swiss chocolatier site.

    Recipe #456853

    Yummy to take on a picnic, camping, or at home! Adapted from the AOL website.

    Recipe #137353

    This is quick and easy to make, and we think the Dijon mustard goes really well with the brussels sprouts.

    Recipe #192187

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