If you have read my blog, then you might know that I have a kiddo headed to college for the first time. As a mom, I am trying to cope the best I can. One thing I worry about is her having enough to eat and an easy way to cook. I’m sure she will be hitting the football games and doing some tailgating, having late night snacks, and needing to cram in a meal during late night study sessions. I recently found this awesome Electric Raclette Grill from Gourmia that is going to meet all of those needs and more.
This one-of-a-kind appliance is a dorm essential. It makes a variety of raclette dishes from tender steak, chicken, shrimp, deli meats, and an array of other fun foods like mac & cheese, personal pizzas, Chinese hot-pot noodle bowls, s’mores, and more. Cooks can choose various ingredients for an unique and tasty experience. Integrated pegs on the non-stick, sombrero grill allow foods to cook vertically while the raclette plates allow simultaneous preparation of various soft, delicious, melted raclette dishes.
I love these little raclette dishes. You can cook six individual portions. It’s great for a kiddo in college because you can easily create and cook dishes for one or two people. If you are hitting the tailgates this football season the grill is awesome. You can hang meats on it and cook vertically while also cooking with the raclette dishes at the same time. It’s so versatile!
There are just so many uses. It’s the perfect idea for dorm rooms, small apartments, and more. So if you are needing a great solution for Back to School make sure to check out this awesome grill.
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