Dutch cuisine
Dutch cuisine (Dutch: Nederlandse keuken) consists of the cooking traditions and practices from the Netherlands. The country's cuisine is shaped by the practice of fishing and farming, including t...
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Dutch cheeses
This is a list of cheeses from, or connected with, the Netherlands.
Limburgian cuisine
Limburgisch cuisine is different from the Belgian and Dutch cuisines but also shares many similarities with these cuisines.Limburg is a little different compared to the rest of the Dutch and Belgian p...
Suikerbrood
Suikerbrood ("Sugar bread"; West Frisian: sûkerbôlle or sûkerbôle, French: craquelin) is a yeast-based bread. It is a Frisian luxury version of white bread, with large lumps of sugar mixed in ...
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Bamischijf
A bamischijf is a Dutch snack consisting of a slice (Dutch schijf) of bami, breaded and deep-fried. Nasischijf is a similar dish made with nasi goreng.
The filling is prepared using a base of cook...
Bamischijf - Wikipedia
Vlaskaas
Vlaskaas is a Dutch cheese associated with the Flax Harvest Festival. It has a firm, yet creamy texture and a sweet, sharp flavor.This product is not old or traditional Dutch (or Flemish) at all, but...
Roomano
Roomano ([roʊ̯.ˈmaː.noʊ̯]) is a hard Gouda-like cheese from Friesland in the northern Netherlands. The major difference with Gouda is the percentage of butterfat in the cheese: Gouda contains 48% butt...
Pannekoek
A pannenkoek or pannekoek (plural pannenkoeken) or Dutch Pancake is a style of pancake with origins in the Netherlands and Belgium. Pannekoeken are usually larger (up to a foot in diameter) and much t...
Pannekoek - Wikipedia
Oranjeboom
The Oranjeboom Brewery ([oːˈrɑɲəˌboːm]) was founded in Rotterdam in 1671. The brewery there closed in 1990, with production shifted to Breda. That brewery was sold to Interbrew in 1995 and was closed...
Oranjeboom - Wikipedia
Croquette
A croquette is a small breadcrumbed fried food roll containing, usually as main ingredients, mashed potatoes and/or ground meat (veal, beef, chicken, or turkey), shellfish, fish, cheese, vegetables, a...
Croquette - Wikipedia
Nonnevot
Nonnevot is a Limburgian pastry dating back to the 17th century. Hailing from the town of Sittard the pastry has traditionally been associated with carnival (Limburgian: Vastelaovend), but is nowadays...
Nonnevot - Wikipedia
Nieuwe Haagse Kookboek
The New Hague Cookbook, or, the Hague Cookbook, is one of the classical cookbooks of the Dutch cuisine. Since the book was first published in 1934, it has seen more than over 80 reprints.
The cook...
Braadworst
A braadworst or verse worst is a large Dutch sausage, most often composed of pork for its meat to fat ratio, although beef or veal can be used too. The meat is spiced with pepper and nutmeg, but other...
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Corn cookie
A corn cookie (or maize cookie) is a type of cookie prepared with corn products. In the United States, it is a type of sugar cookie. Rather than wheat flour, which is commonly used in the preparation ...
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Crêpe
Video demonstration of preparing crêpes.A crêpe or crepe (/kreɪp/ or /krɛp/ [kʁɛp], [kʁaɪ̯p]) a type of very thin pancake, usually made from wheat flour (crêpes de Froment) or buckwheat flour (gale...
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Alliance Gastronomique Néerlandaise
Alliance Gastronomique Néerlandaise (popular: Alliance Gastronomique) is a culinary association of quality restaurants in the Netherlands and Flanders.The partnership was established in 1967 as a resp...
Zeeuws spek
Zeeuws spek (pronounced [zeːws ˈspɛk]; "Zeelandic bacon") is a traditional Dutch bacon, originally a specialty from the province of Zeeland. Traditionally, it is seasoned with salt, pepper and herbs s...
Zeeuws spek - Wikipedia
Les Patrons Cuisiniers
Les Patrons Cuisiniers is a culinary association of quality restaurants in the Netherlands.The partnership was established on 14 October 1991. It came into existence due to the founders being unhappy ...
Wannée Kookboek
The Wannée Cookbook, the Cookbook of the Amsterdam Domestic Science Academy, or briefly, the Amsterdam Cookbook, is one of the classical cookbooks of the Dutch cuisine. Since its first edition (1910...
Wannée Kookboek - Wikipedia
Kaassoufflé
Kaassoufflé (plural: kaassoufflés; diminutive form: kaassouffleetje) normally refers to a Dutch snack of melted cheese inside a thin dough-based wrap which has been breaded and then deep-fried.
A ...
Kaassoufflé - Wikipedia
Nib sugar
Nib sugar (also pearl sugar and hail sugar) is a product of refined white sugar. The sugar is very coarse, hard, opaque white, and does not melt at temperatures typically used for baking. The produc...
Nib sugar - Wikipedia