Hi! It's Marco from Ohmydish again, a few weeks ago we've started doing these top 10 lists and this is number 3 already! In case you've missed the previous two you can click here to check out all of our top 10s. This week we're staying true to our origins with a top 10 Dutch recipes you have to try (really).
Dutch sauerkraut cooked in bock beer served with a smoked sausage, serves up to 4 people and ready in half an hour.
Sausage rolls can be made with flaky dough, but this typical Dutch kind of sausage rolls are healthier using a less fatty home-made dough.
What's not to love about pancakes? Especially these Dutch mini pancakes, in Holland we call them poffertjes. Very delicious little fluffy cuteness.
Dutch mini pancakes (poffertjes)
4 ) Dutch mussels
Here in Holland you can eat mussels in almost every restaurant when they're in season. Served in a pan. Try our Dutch mussels recipe, ready in 15 minutes.
We made a lovely twist on this Dutch recipe. Have you ever heard of hete bliksem, translated to hot lightning. Sounds funny, doesn't it? But it's delicious!
Hete bliksem aka hot lightning
Probably the most easy cake you'll ever made! Lovely chocolate mixed with cookies, mmm! And... No-bake! Hope you can even wait until it's firm enough.
Have you ever added a pig's trotter to a split pea soup? It what makes this soup so AMAZING. Serve with rye bread for a great winter evening meal.
Split pea soup
If you ever come to Holland, go to the market and get yourself a warm stroopwafel. We really love stroopwafels, so we wanted to share a recipe with you guys
Celebrating our roots with a classic recipe of "Limburgs Zoervleisj" or Dutch sour meat. Updated for use in a slow cooker, recipe for four people.
Dutch sour meat (Limburgs zoervleisj)
Deep-fried cheese, MMMM! Dutch cheese souffle aka kaassoufflé is cheesy goodness, you should definitely have to try this and it's SO easy!
Dutch cheese souffle a.k.a. kaassoufflé
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