The 'Heartbeet Kitchen' blog recently published a recipe for a boozy Gruyère dip. Gruyère is a hard yellow cheese that has a sweet yet slightly salty flavor. This recipe combines the tasty cheese with chicken, thyme and a bit of white wine to produce a crowd-pleasing appetizer.
Although the dip may appear complex, the recipe is simple to follow and only requires one pan. To begin, sauté all of the ingredients in a cast iron skillet. The skillet is then placed in the oven to bake until the cheese turns bubbly and golden brown. The melted Gruyère gives the chicken a nutty flavor, while the white wine heightens the taste of the herbs and spices.
The hot and bubbly Gruyère dip can be served directly in the skillet, making it the perfect appetizer for rustic holiday parties.