6 (Dutch)

List by: anika854, created: 16 Jun 2017, updated: 16 Jun 2017 Public: Users can add dishes

Don't go home without trying at least one of these traditional Dutch foods.

1. Bitterballen

(Dutch)

Bitterballen is a Dutch meat-based snack. It is very similar to the Dutch variant of kroketten.

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2. Oliebol

Oliebollen (Dutch)

Oliebol is a traditional Dutch and Belgian food. Oliebollen are a variety of dumpling made by using an ice cream scoop or two spoons to scoop a certain amount of dough and dropping the dough into a deep fryer filled with hot oil.

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3. Boerenkool Stamppot

(Dutch)

This may not be the most sophisticated top Dutch food you'll ever eat but it's a satisfying, nutritious and delicious meal that really warms you on a cold winter's night.

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4. Tompouce

Tompoes (European)

Tompouce is a common pastry in the Netherlands and Belgium. It is the local variety of the mille-feuille or Napoleon, introduced by an Amsterdam pastry baker and named after Admiraal Tom Pouce, the stage name of the Frisian dwarf Jan Hannema.

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5. Kibbeling

(Dutch)

Kibbeling is typical Dutch street food, you can get it at almost all markets (at fish stalls) and in fish shops. Originally kibbeling was made from cod cheeks, hence the name: ‘kabeljauwwang’ became ‘kibbeling’ over the years. Nowadays even cod fillet is too expensive.

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6. Stroopwafel

(European)

Stroopwafel is a waffle made from two thin layers of baked dough with a caramel-like syrup filling in the middle. It is popular in the Netherlands, where they were first made in the city of Gouda.

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