Gruyre cheese is great for baking in recipes like quiches, fondues and pastas, it has a non-overpowering taste and melts well.
Quiche is a tasty yet easy food for home or parties. This one is a great combination of Asparagus and Gruyère cheese.
This is a great recipe for French onion soup, the trick is using butter and the long cook time of the onions to maximise the flavour.
Chicken is dusted with a flour seasoned with parsley and dill before being fried, this is then combined with fried onion and mushroom in a casserole dish where Gruyere cheese is added for the last stage of cooking.
This is a very elegant and easy dish for a dinner party. You can even make it ahead. If you can't find Gruyere, substitute another hard yellow cheese like Swiss.
These Gruyere sausage rolls are quick and easy to make. Wrapped up Dijon dipped pork sausages with ready rolled puff pastry then sprinkled with Gruyere cheese.
Goat cheese and cooked capsicums are the topping for these tasty pita-pizzas. Serve as a light lunch, or cut each pizza into small wedges and serve them as party nibbles.
A very elegant and attractive salad with the perfect combination of flavours and textures. Serve at a dinner party or buffet spread.
It's best to use a strongly flavoured cheese for this lovely soup, such as Gruyere. The potatoes make it dense and rich.
Fondue is a nice thing to do with a group of friends over a winter dinner party. You can make it with all sorts of cheese but I think Gruyère is the best.
Cheese fondue has been going in and out of fashion for years. I am specific about the types of cheeses used as I think these get the best results, you can experiment for what you like best.