THE NETHERLANDS: TRADITIONAL FOOD BY MAXIMILIAN WIENS RINTHA

netherlands traditional food

The Netherlands has many strange foods that you can taste. Here you can see...

Oliebollen are traditional Dutch food. These treats are served at New Year’s Eve and quite similar in taste to the donut. People make them at home during winter (holidays), but you can also buy them at the mobile stands on the streets in this season. Oliebollen are usually served with powdered sugar.

The Dutch have been making cheese since 800 B.C. Furthermore the Netherlands is the largest cheese exporter in the world. With an average of 21 kilograms per year per person. The Dutch eat cheese for breakfast, on sandwiches for lunch or as a snack (cut in cubes) served with mustard at the end of the day.

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