Traditional Dutch Food
Recipe endive stew
A ‘stamppot’ is a pan full of mashed potatoes and vegetables. The Dutch love it and you will probably too.
Try our hutspot: an extremely popular evening meal during the cold winter days.
Recipe boerenkool (kale)
The weather, besides being a traditional topic of discussion for the Dutch, also seems to trigger certain food choices.
Holland has the best snack in the world: bitterballen. One bite and you’re hooked!
Recipe oliebollen (dough balls)
You cannot celebrate New Year’s Eve without a platter of oliebollen covered in powdered sugar.
Holland is the land of cookies and the stroopwafel has a worldwide reputation as a sweet treat.
If you’re fortunate enough to spend time in The Netherlands during the month of December, you are in for a wonderful treat.
The Dutch love cookies! We like crunchy cookies, soft cookies, salty ones, sweet ones, big, small, with chocolate, without chocolate….you name it.
Recipe Bossche Bollen
See if you can eat a Bossche Bol without getting covered with whipped cream and chocolate.
The tompoes is a traditional Dutch pastry that is often served with afternoon coffee or at celebratory events like birthdays.
Split pea soup
The Dutch love soup in all flavors, shapes and sizes. Erwtensoep might just be the all-time favorite.
This traditional soup with vegetables and small meatballs warms your belly and heart.
Asparagus has rightfully earned itself nicknames like ‘white gold’ and ‘queen among vegetables’.
Poffertjes are an integral part of national holidays, summer festivals and fun celebrations.
Recipe appelflappen (apple turnovers)
The apple is one of the most versatile and used fruits in the Dutch kitchen.