The Netherlands: Food By kim

The Netherlands Traditional Food

thick duch fries

  • you might see these thick cut fries called patat or frites on menus, and traditionally they come served in a piping hot paper cone. Ask for 'patatje oorlog' for a dollop of peanut satay sauce, mayo and onions,or a 'patat speciaal' for a mix of curry ketchup, mayonnaise and onion.
Thick Dutch fries


If you try one Dutch sweet treat, make it a stroopwafel. Two thin waffles stuck together with a layer of sweet syrup; these delectable delicacies are best enjoyed hot and gooey from a street market or bakery.



So you went out for a few drinks. You forgot to eat dinner. Those 8% Belgian beers are beginning to take their toll. What to do? The answer is in the bitterballen. Delicious, deep fried crispy meatballs traditionally served with mustard for dipping – they’re the ultimate in Dutch pub snacks and can be found on the menu at most Amsterdam drinking establishments.





Thick Dutch fries


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Created with images by Walkerssk - "netherlands dutch windmill windmill" • @boetter - "Fries @ Harkema" • rizkapb - "bitterballen with the wrong flag" • @boetter - "Fries @ Harkema" • dichohecho - "A nice train journey" • Laurel L. Russwurm - "dropjes" • Kaeru - "First snert of the season" • briannaorg - "Strawberry parfait and butter crisp" • rizkapb - "bitterballen with the wrong flag" • Curious Food Lover - "Bitterballen, a Dutch culinary icon" • Kaeru - "First snert of the season" • offwhitehouse - "Stroopwaffels" • @boetter - "Fries @ Harkema" • The Integer Club - "Raw herring" • Alexas_Fotos - "smilies yellow funny"

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