Intro This presentation is about traditional Dutch food And the traditional ways of when and how to eat it
Hagelslag Chocolate sprinkles is typical Dutch. Dutch people eat about 14 million kilo ‘hagelslag’ per year on about 850 million slices of bread. This is eaten as breakfast or lunch Funny translations Hail Hail storm Hail whip
Kroketten & Bitterballen kroketten and Bitterballen are both warm fried snacks. A bitterbal is a small round ball filled with ragout. A kroket is 10 cm long and 3 cm in diameter and is also filled with ragout. Ragout: a strongly flavoured stew of meat or vegetables or both.
Rauwe haring = raw herring Salted Herring which can be eaten with onions Haringhappen: eating a herring holding it by its tail Vlaggetjesdag: the first day of the new season Traditionally people eat herring on Ash Wednesday to finish the celebrations of Carnaval
Potatoes, meat and vegetables Traditionally the Dutch people eat cooked potatoes, meat and cooked vegetables for supper. This is complemented by gravy Traditionally the vegetables of the season are eaten: leeks, endives, runner beans, kale
Kale with smoked sausage Kale with smoked sausage. Almost everyone in The Netherlands eats it in the winter. It tastes best when there is frost during the night Translation Dutch Boerenkool met worst
Pea Soup Pea Soup is a thick soup made of peas. It contains meat and smoked sausage. It’s a traditional Dutch dinner usually eaten in the winter. The soup tastes best when made in a large quantity. Translation Dutch Erwtensoep - Snert
Poffertjes = mini pancakesVery small pancakes, mostly eaten with icing sugar.A special pan called a poffertjes griddle is needed to make thempoffertjes griddle
Syrup Waffle A syrup waffle is a waffle made from two thin layers of baked batter with caramel-like syrup filling in the middle. You can eat it when you have got a cup of coffee. You can also get Syrup Waffle ice cream. Translation Dutch Stroopwafel
Oliebollen Oliebollen are a variety of dumpling made by using two spoons to scoop a certain amount of dough and dropping the dough into a deep fryer filled with hot oil. In this way, a sphere-shaped oliebol emerges. Oliebollen are eaten on New Year’s Eve
The End We’ve just highlighted some of the traditionally Dutch favourites, the recipes will be in the cook book We will also include some other recipes, which they will be? You just have to wait and see….