Category - Swiss

Swiss cuisine originates from its historical connection with farming. Many of its dishes are plain and simple using simple ingredients. The cuisines of France, Germany and Italy have all had an impact on the swiss cuisine. However, there are traditional recipes that are simple to cook and superb to eat. Classic recipes such as Saffron Risotto from the Italian influence. Bauernbrot, a bread from the German Influence. Finally the world famous Fondue from the French influence.

Rivella, a carbonated Swiss drink based on lactose, is one of the most popular drinks in Switzerland. Apple juice, both still and sparkling, is popular in many areas of Switzerland, and is also produced in the form of apple cider. The chocolate drink Ovomaltine, also known as Ovaltine originates in Switzerland and enjoys ongoing popularity, particularly with young people.