When you visit Amsterdam don’t forget to try some of these delicious foods! The Netherlands might not be known for their culinary achievements, but there’s still some great food to try!
Top on your list should be to try bitterballen, these go great with a dip in some mustard! Bitterballen are often served on birthday parties or ordered as a snack when your drinking a beer in a bar or pub.
2 Boerenkool stamppot met rookworst
The Dutch like to mash everything together and one of the most favorite mashed dishes is boerenkool stamppot together with a piece of rookworst. Rookworst is a traditional Dutch sausage.
Stroopwafels, or syrup waffles in English, can be found in every supermarket troughout the country. Two waffles stuck together with a layer of syrupy caramel, it’s delicious!
The Dutch have a typical way of preparing their pancakes, they are flatter then those found in other places around the world.
Although not often liked by tourists, you should try some liquorice as it’s the most eaten candy in Holland.
This is a great start of the day… bread, a little butter and then a big layer of chocolate sprinkles, or Hagelslag as the Dutch call it. Very popular!
A sausage roll is a roll of puff pastry, filled with a roll of seasoned minced meat. A sausage roll is generally eaten hot. In snack bars and at butchers and bakers where these buns are sold are the sausage rolls sometimes under a lamp that radiates warmth, leaving them on temperature so they can be eaten directly.