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Dutch Recipes

Postby Daisy » Tue Aug 16, 2005 1:40 pm

Since I moved to Holland, I could not believe how much cheaper fruit and veg is, and the variety, well so much 'lekker' things to choose from. So I am keen to try dutch cooking rather than scottish neaps and haggis. So if anyone has any tasty recipes for me, I would be glad to receive them. :D
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Hachee

Postby barbara » Wed Aug 17, 2005 2:21 am

I don't believe the Dutch have a *haute cuisine* but they do have some very old, typically Dutch recipes. My top favorite is "hachee" (Dutch beef stew) and I found the recipe here (in Dutch). Perhaps hachee is not the kind of recipe that you were after (I believe stew is also very common in Scotland?) but the above link takes you to a website where you can find hundreds of other Dutch recipes.

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Postby Marco » Thu Aug 18, 2005 2:29 pm

I think Barbara is right, hachee is about the only 'Dutch' meal I know. Nowadays cooking is all about simple, easy meals. This means nasi, bami, spaghetti, all sorts of 'foreign' meals. When I can think of any real 'Dutch' meal I'll try to give you the recipe! :)
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Postby Geree » Thu Aug 18, 2005 2:40 pm

I was surfing the net, and get bored, so I've searched for some recipes for you. After opening the link, choose one of the recipes, and click on the "Read more >" link. I hope these will be good:

http://www.holland.com/us/index.html?pa ... e/recipes/

:D :) :D
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Postby Shea » Fri Aug 19, 2005 4:48 am

http://www.godutch.com/windmill/recipes.asp?id=1

I 've found this website.I hope that it can be useful !
If someone is able to give the recipe of the "Appeltaart" ,I will be very very happy! :D

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Postby Bieneke » Fri Aug 19, 2005 2:20 pm

Hi Shea,

I found a recipe for Dutch appeltaart here. It is in Dutch so I hope you can read it.

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English translation for Dutch appeltaart recipe

Postby barbara » Sat Aug 20, 2005 5:57 am

Hi Shea,

Tom has translated the appeltaart recipe in our Hoekje voor gevorderden!

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dutch pies

Postby Koala » Sun Aug 21, 2005 6:50 am

Thanks Geree and Shea for the dutch recipe links we are always looking for dutch recipies so we can make Kevin something from home. Something we have been hunting for for some time is a vlaai (pie) that his mother used to make when he was a kid. We asked her for the recipe but she is having trouble remembering all the ingredients. Its called Smurfpie or Smurfenvlaai. If anyone knows of it we would love to hear from you.
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Postby Daisy » Sun Aug 21, 2005 12:11 pm

Thanks everyone for the useful links, I look forward to a change of cooking.
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I know one

Postby iandominicp77 » Wed Nov 30, 2005 11:23 am

:D I cook here everyday for the familie. I always cook for a minimum of 4 people.

The dutch people are not really into cooking (in my own opinion)... life is fast here so that's why they want to prepare something fast.... but not me :P ....

I always take the time to enjoy what I'm doing. I see to it that I am feeding people with nice food.... I most of the time cook Filipino dishes. But I sometimes (seldom) just blanch vegetables, drain it, add kruiden, put it in a container, add shreded cheese and put it in the microwave!!!

Let me give you something.....

500 grams chicken breast (cut in small slices)
1 med. piece broccoli
2 carrots (small slices)
1 green paprika
1 red paprika
100 grams snow peas
worschestershire sauce
soya sauce
oystersauce
1 onion med.
2 cloves garlic
black pepper

Prepare the chicken and the vegetables. For the vegetables, you can cut them in your desired shapes.

Heat pan and add butter or oil. Saute the garlic and onions until golden brown. Add the slices of chicken and continue to saute. When the chicken is evenly white in color, add the vegetables and continue stirring. Put 3 drops of worschestershire sauce, 1 Tbsp soya sauce and maybe 5 Tbsp oystersauce..... or whatever it is that sooths your taste.... then a sprinkle of black pepper....

I don't know how I do it but I just know, by gut feeling, how much to put and when it's done....

Eet smakelijk,
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Re: I know one

Postby Daisy » Wed Nov 30, 2005 6:08 pm

iandominicp77 wrote::D I cook here everyday for the familie. I always cook for a minimum of 4 people.

The dutch people are not really into cooking (in my own opinion)... life is fast here so that's why they want to prepare something fast.... but not me :P ....

I always take the time to enjoy what I'm doing. I see to it that I am feeding people with nice food.... I most of the time cook Filipino dishes. But I sometimes (seldom) just blanch vegetables, drain it, add kruiden, put it in a container, add shreded cheese and put it in the microwave!!!

Let me give you something.....

500 grams chicken breast (cut in small slices)
1 med. piece broccoli
2 carrots (small slices)
1 green paprika
1 red paprika
100 grams snow peas
worschestershire sauce
soya sauce
oystersauce
1 onion med.
2 cloves garlic
black pepper

Prepare the chicken and the vegetables. For the vegetables, you can cut them in your desired shapes.

Heat pan and add butter or oil. Saute the garlic and onions until golden brown. Add the slices of chicken and continue to saute. When the chicken is evenly white in color, add the vegetables and continue stirring. Put 3 drops of worschestershire sauce, 1 Tbsp soya sauce and maybe 5 Tbsp oystersauce..... or whatever it is that sooths your taste.... then a sprinkle of black pepper....

I don't know how I do it but I just know, by gut feeling, how much to put and when it's done....

Eet smakelijk,
Ian


Bedankt, het is heel lekker!!!
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Re: I know one

Postby Marco » Sun Dec 04, 2005 3:04 pm

iandominicp77 wrote:I always take the time to enjoy what I'm doing. I see to it that I am feeding people with nice food.... I most of the time cook Filipino dishes. But I sometimes (seldom) just blanch vegetables, drain it, add kruiden, put it in a container, add shreded cheese and put it in the microwave!!!


Hey Ian, since you're a Filipino, could you tell me how to make bibingka and halo-halo? :)
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Postby iandominicp77 » Wed Dec 07, 2005 5:10 pm

Het is onmogelijk bibingka te maken. They don't have the necessary ingredients..... Maar, halo-halo is mogelijk. Ben je Filippijnse?

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Postby Marco » Tue Dec 27, 2005 11:33 am

iandominicp77 wrote:Het is onmogelijk bibingka te maken. They don't have the necessary ingredients..... Maar, halo-halo is mogelijk. Ben je Filippijnse?

Ian


Haha, nee, maar ik heb ooit (nou goed dan, een paar maanden geleden) een Filipijns vriendinnetje gehad en haar lievelingsgerecht was bibingka. Ze hield ook van halo-halo.
Haha, no, but I once (alright then, a couple of months ago) had a Filipinian (?) girlfriend and her favourite meal was bibingka. She also liked halo-halo.
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Postby Bieneke » Thu Dec 29, 2005 8:34 pm

Ik vroeg me al af hoe het met je Filipijnse lief ging. :)

Omdat we over twee dagen weer massaal aan de oliebollen zitten: hier vind je het recept.
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