Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

Gruyère hails from Switzerland and is firm, nutty, and flavorful. What makes it special is that it has the taste of an aged cheese, but the melting qualities of a young cheese. This makes it a superb cooking cheese, as seen in the eight recipes below. Amazing with eggs, a burger, or potatoes, consider these Gruyère cheese recipes whenever you need a delicious melting cheese that’s packed with flavor.

Classic Rich and Silky Potato Gratin (Scalloped Potatoes)

Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

After rounds and rounds of testing, we’ve finally landed on the perfect classic potato gratin (scalloped potatoes), one that’s creamy, silky, and loaded with flavor.

Florentine Omelette With Spinach and Cheese

Serious Eats / Daniel Gritzer

Five ingredients are all you need for this comforting—and surprisingly robust—breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Mornay and Mushroom Duxelles Burger With Crispy Shallots

Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

Loaded with intensely flavored mushroom duxelles, a flood of Mornay sauce, and crispy fried shallots, this French-inspired burger is sexy enough to make Escoffier blush.

Gougères (Choux Pastry Cheese Puffs)

Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik

Gougères are cheesy puffs made from choux pastry. The choux base is quick and easy to whip up, and the puffs bake up golden and crisp.

Simple, Satisfying Corn and Bacon Frittata

Serious Eats / Emily and Matt Clifton

You can throw almost anything into a frittata, but filling it with the sweetest summer corn, smoky bacon, and rich Gruyère makes this a simple yet tasty dinner you’ll want to eat all season.

Easy Mixed-Cheese Quiche Recipe

Serious Eats / Daniel Gritzer

Don’t let cheese scraps languish: Turn them into an easy, elegant quiche.

Ultra-Gooey Stovetop Mac and Cheese

Serious Eats / J. Kenji López-Alt

Here’s a homemade stovetop mac and cheese recipe that’s only about 10 percent more cumbersome to make than the blue box and tastes far, far better.

French Onion Soup Cheese Dip

Serious Eats / Joshua Bousel

This recipe is everything that makes French onion soup delicious, minus the stock, plus a lot more cheese in a dip that everyone will enjoy.

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