Älplermagronen refers to dish from Switzerland which simply means "Alpine herdsman’s macaroni". Älplermagronen consists of common ingredients, such as macaroni, potatoes, onions, pieces of bacon and melted cheese. It is usually served with apple sauce. The recipe dates from times where most people in the countryside still had to work Hard physically and therefore needed high energy foods (noodles and potatoes combined).

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