How Did This Unique Take On Chinese Hot Pot Become A Swiss National Tradition?
There is one traditional dish in Switzerland that crosses the rösti divide, an imaginary line separating French and German speaking parts of the country and named after pan-fried grated potatoes with Swiss German roots. According to L’Hebdo half of the country will eat Fondue Chinoise at some point during the holidays. Skewering meat on a fork and cooking it in bouillon isn’t just a meal that unites all linguistic regions of the Alpine nation. Fondue Chinoise has become a national dish.