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Yummy Swiss bites

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Switzerland is a historical country of farmers. Traditonal Swiss dishes, are more of potatoe and cheese.
Basic food items include dairy product, vegetables, sausages and fruits. Here is a list of some famous recipes from Switzerland.

SWISS RECIPES
-Soup De Chalet - Vegetable stock with pasta,on a tablespoon of butter,with a pinch of pepper. It is mostly had as a starter.

Vaud Style Tarte Flambee - It is a flatten pizza dough, thin, light, topped with potatoes, crime fraiche, spring onions and thin slices of Vaud Sausages.

Maluns -They are prepared from boiled potatoes which is mixed with butter.

Capuns -They are spinach beef wraps, filled with dried meat, pepper mint and served with cheese.

Summer Salad - It is a starter made out of cheese sables and raspberries.

Baked Vegetable with bacon - They are made out of refined soup and barley, served with pinch of salt and butter.

Maki Sushi - They are ham slices made out of emmental cheese, and mince meat.

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