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Authentic Dutch Meatballs - visit the blog (it's in English) for more Dutch recipes like my grandmother and mom used to cook.

Authentic Dutch Meatballs - visit the blog (it's in English) for more Dutch recipes like my grandmother and mom used to cook.

stamppot: a hearty and healthy dutch recipe of mashed potatoes, root vegetables, and cabbage

stamppot: a hearty and healthy dutch recipe of mashed potatoes, root vegetables, and cabbage

Dutch Stamppot - comfort food of the Netherlands - potato and kale mash topped with smokey sautéed sausages.

Dutch stamppot

Dutch Stamppot - comfort food of the Netherlands - potato and kale mash topped with smokey sautéed sausages.

Bitterballen (Dutch Beef Croquettes) - Olivia's Cuisine

Bitterballen (Dutch Beef Croquettes)

Boerenkool met worst.......Kale with kielbasa   My dad loves to make this for us on M's birthday!

Boerenkool met worst.......Kale with kielbasa My dad loves to make this for us on M's birthday!

So easy. and they loved them. No leftovers. We got about 20 slices from each puff pastry sheet. (Dutch Cheese Snacks)

So easy. and they loved them. No leftovers. We got about 20 slices from each puff pastry sheet. (Dutch Cheese Snacks)

Dutch Raisin buns (Krentenbollen) Recipe on: http://notitievanlien.blogspot.com.es/2010_03_01_archive.html?m=1

Dutch Raisin buns (Krentenbollen) Recipe on: http://notitievanlien.blogspot.com.es/2010_03_01_archive.html?m=1

Erwtensoep - Dutch Pea Soup from Food.com: This soup is not a starter but a substantial meal, our favorite winter soup!! When cold the soup should be thick enough to slice, if not you did not make a good pea soup, (that is what my mother always told me!) Traditionally served with pumpernickel bread. Freezes well. I use 2 1/2 cups of split peas and find that thick enough, but for the true thick Dutch version you should use 3 1/2 cups. After a discussion with other Zaar members I like to add…

Erwtensoep - Dutch Pea Soup

Erwtensoep - Dutch Pea Soup from Food.com: This soup is not a starter but a substantial meal, our favorite winter soup!! When cold the soup should be thick enough to slice, if not you did not make a good pea soup, (that is what my mother always told me!) Traditionally served with pumpernickel bread. Freezes well. I use 2 1/2 cups of split peas and find that thick enough, but for the true thick Dutch version you should use 3 1/2 cups. After a discussion with other Zaar members I like to add…

Bitterballen | 11 Delicious Dutch Foods You Need To Try

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