Gommer Cholera

To the history of this typical Valais dish from the region Goms have grown up all kinds of myths. Behind it, a covered vegetable cake hides. For preparing follow the traditional recipe from the Parkhotel Beau Site

by  Struve Daniel

 Recipe - Gommer Cholera  (pdf - 29.41 MB)


1kg  potatoes
80g unsalted butter
2 large onions
3 apples
200g spicy, organic Bio Gommer cheese (grated)
500g ready puff pastry
1 egg yoke
Pinch of salt, flour


Cook the potatoes in their skins until well-done, allow to cool off, peel them and cut into slices. Peel the onions and cut into strips. Quarter the apples, remove the seeds and cut into strips. Heat butter in a frying pan. Add the onions and fry. Add the potatoes and apples after about 2 minutes and fry until everything is golden. Preheat the oven at 180°C. Allow to cool in a bowl. Then add the cheese and salt to taste. Divide the puff pastry into pieces according to the package instructions and line the 20 cm springform pan. Dust with flour and pour the cooled onion-apple mix into the pan. Then cover with the other half of the puff pastry, pinch the sides together, and brush on the egg yoke. Bake the Cholera for about 35 minutes. Release the Cholera from the form after the baking.

 Recipe - Gommer Cholera  (pdf - 29.41 MB)

2012 Assemblage noble du PARKHOTEL BEAU SITE, Cave Fin, Bec Sion Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot & Diolinoir.
This wine has a long finish with similar nuances to Bordeaux and stands out through its beautiful body.

Tips for the Beau Site Parkhotel 

The kitchen team under the direction of Burkhard Sattler spoils the guests at the Parkhotel Beau Site every day with fine delicacies. Enjoy the sun and a view from our wonderful panorama lounge terrace while doing so!