Dutch Foods To Try

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Dutch Foods To Try - There are a lot of delicious foods to try in The Netherlands so we put together our own little DIY Dutch food tour to try as many as possible. One special Dutch food to try in The Netherlands is poffertjes - also known as the world’s cutest little pancakes. They are teeny tiny, fluffy, and melt in your mouth. They taste heavenly and you shouldn't miss trying them because they are seriously delicious and unique. I loved seeing how they’re made fresh to order in a poffertjespan. I found watching how they are flipped over super quickly was a bit hypnotic. You can get them with all sorts of toppings. My personal choice was chocolate sauce and powdered sugar. You generally order these by the dozen and you could eat as many and hardly notice because they’re so light and airy, unlike American pancakes. These Dutch cuties were one of my favourite things we tried in The Netherlands. A lot of Dutch snack foods are deep fried. One of the most popular is called a frikandel. It’s basically a minced-meat, skinless sausage that’s deep fried. Very similar to a hot dog. Personally the best part of this snack for me was the sauce. The ‘frinkandel speciaal’ is eaten with mayonnaise, curry ketchup, and chopped onion. It has a nice sweet taste. Another popular Dutch snack food is called a kaassouffle (cheese souffle). It’s melted cheese, usually Gouda, inside a doughy wrap that’s then deep fried. Cheese is important in The Netherlands and eaten widely. I have yet to see a Dutch refrigerator without a huge block of Gouda in it. Along with the poffertjes, the kaassouffle was my favourite Dutch snack food we tried. It’s pretty much deep fried cheese so what’s not to love? Krokets are a Dutch food you’ll see everywhere and they look similar at first glance to a kaassouffle. A kroket is usually cylindrical and filled with meat. As you might have guessed, it’s also deep fried. It’s long been an economical way to use leftovers of meat stew and roasts which are then mixed with gravy, rolled into logs, breaded, and fried. It became really popular during World War II as a cheap food. It’s crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. Stroopwaffel is quintessentially Dutch. It means syrup waffle and is made by baking a thin waffle and, while it’s still warm, breaking it in two. Then a warm caramel-like filling is added before the two halves are pushed back together, using the syrup as glue. They’re very popular to eat on their own or with other sweets. We also tried Surinamese and Javanese food, which is widely available in The Netherlands. Suriname and Indonesia were colonized by the Dutch and I was excited to try this type of food as I had never seen it before. My sample dish came with chicken, potato, hard boiled egg, noodles with peanut sauce, rice, vegetables and bread. For dessert, we had a deep fried banana with peanut sauce. I also tried a Surinamese soda called Cherry Bouquet but it was way too sweet for me - even though I have a massive sweet tooth. I included fries in this video even though they’re Belgian, not Dutch. But they’re really popular in The Netherlands and I didn’t think I could make a video about foods to try there without including fries. Make sure you try them with lots of different sauces. My favourite is truffle mayonnaise followed closely by curry mayonnaise. I hope that you enjoyed seeing these different Dutch foods to try in The Netherlands. I’d love to know which food you’d most like to try if you had the opportunity. Or, if you’ve already tried them, which is your favourite? Subtitles available in English and Spanish! Click the 'CC' button (bottom right). --- ABOUT ME I'm a Canadian travelling around the world with my boyfriend, Marc. I left my home, bought a one way ticket, and don't have a plan. Come along for the adventure! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE for more videos by clicking that gorgeous red 'subscribe' button. Don't forget to hit the little bell beside it to receive notifications of new uploads (three times per week)! --- USE THIS CODE FOR $50 AIRBNB TRAVEL CREDIT: www.airbnb.com/c/emccurdy3 --- SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS INSTAGRAM = https://instagram.com/eileenaldis (@eileenaldis) TWITTER = https://twitter.com/eileenaldis (@eileenaldis) FACEBOOK = https://www.facebook.com/eileenaldis (@eileenaldis) GEAR USED TO MAKE VIDEOS *Small camera: https://goo.gl/mPRPfW *Medium camera + lens: https://goo.gl/qS8eCN *Big camera: http://amzn.to/2oY3jvw *Flying camera: http://amzn.to/2pXTPBN *Camera on a stick: http://amzn.to/2oofUJN *Underwater camera: http://amzn.to/2psMEBq *Tripod: http://amzn.to/2oDVVSr Disclaimer *If you purchase something using one of the marked links, I make a small percentage from that sale. This doesn't affect my opinions and it helps my channel so I can make more videos :)

منتشر شده توسط: Eileen Aldis
تاریخ انتشار: ۲ سال پیش
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