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Bread - italian, french or baguette Toppings of choice - see directions Cheeses of choice - see directions
Lightly toast slices of French or Italian bread on the grill plate. Place in a raclette dish and, if desired, sprinkle with white wine. Cover with a slice of cheese and slide the raclette dish under the grill. Cook 5 to 6 minutes. If desired, thin slices of bacon or ham, sliced mushrooms or onion rings can be cooked on the grill plate at the same time and serviced on the toast.
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