Dutch split pea soup (erwtensoep or snert) - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Traditional Dutch split pea soup (erwtensoep) with its lashings of porky goodness is so thick and hearty that it's more of a meal in a bowl than a soup.
Did you know that Suzanne and I have Dutch ancestry? In fact Suzanne's husband is a Dutch guy. He can even speak the language (Suzanne and I can't.) Even though we don't speak it, we like to eat it. Dutch baking that is. Yum! Dutch Boterkoek 2/3 cup soft butter 1 cup sugar 1 1/2 tsp. almond extract 1 egg 1 1/2 cups flour 1/2 tsp baking powder Mix the butter, sugar, almond extract and egg well. Add the flour and baking powder. Spread into a greased 9 inch round baking pan (can be a pie plate…
Kale, the Dutch Way (Stamppot Boerenkool)
This is how we eat kale in Holland. The belief is that kale is better when the temperature is below zero before it is harvested. But I put the kale in the freezer the night before if it was not frozen yet. Traditionally it is served with typical Dutch smoked sausage and mustard. But any other meat is good with this dish. Do not discard the mustard!
Gevuld speculaas – Handmade Helen
Een van mijn favorieten tijdens de sinterklaasperiode is toch wel gevuld speculaas. Nu het einde van de maand in zicht komt, deel ik dit recept dan ook graag met jullie. Hij past namelijk goed in de streekbaksel challenge die ik mijzelf vorig jaar stelde. Is gevuld speculaas iets typisch Nederlands? In zekere zin wel, al […]