Deliciously spicy and creamy chicken salad is the perfect addition to a good loaf of bread, crackers, or toast.
These crisp, sweet and buttery waffles are eaten on New Year’s Day, plain or filled with whipped cream.
Wintery Dutch spiced cookies, perfect with a cup of tea or coffee, or on a cold winter evening with hot chocolate.
A delicious, indulgent, smooth, Dutch dessert.
A specialty from the south of the Netherlands: A sweet yeasted pie base filled with lovely smooth and creamy custard topped with crunchy streusel.
The perfect way to start your morning is with a sweet, moist and spicy breakfast cacke served with butter and coffee.
This delicious delicate salad is perfect as a summer meal, but also works great as a buffet dish.
Learn to make your own version of this typical Dutch street food at home for deep fried fish that you can control.
A perfect cake to show off these Dutch ‘summer kings’.
A light and fragrant soup generously filled with vegetables, vermicelli and meatballs.
A versatile savoury snack that is crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside.
Dutch people usually make dishes like this with jarred or powdered sauces, but it is tastier to make it from scratch.
A delicious, rich, spiced cake that is beautiful as well.
This pastry is known all over the world under different names, but when it is orange you know for sure it is Dutch.
These buns are very popular in the Netherlands and easy to make at home.
A Dutch-Indonesian fusion dish made with delicious marinated pork and a sweet and spicy peanut sauce.
Bread plays a very important role in Dutch cuisine. Get this side, and many other awesome recipes, on Honest Cooking today.
This unique take-away restaurant concept can only be found in the Netherlands.
This delicious traditional stew delivers a satisfying meal after making your house smell scrumptious the whole afternoon. Your neighbours will be jealous!
Well-loved Dutch comfort food, perfect for cold and wintery days.
These delicious Dutch doughnuts are an important part of the New Years Eve tradition in the Netherlands.
These crisp, short, buttery cookies are eaten a lot in the Christmas season in the Netherlands.
These delicious, bite-sized, spicy cookies are traditionally eaten for the holiday of Sinterklaas.
Ena Scheerstra with a mini guide to the shops and restaurants that are the places to experience in culinary Groningen.
Dutch sugar loaf (sûkerbôle) is a delicious sweet, sticky and gooey Frisian luxurious bread specialty.
These chewy cookies taste similar to speculaas, and are traditionally eaten for the Dutch winter holiday of Sinterklaas.
Dutch food is greatly influenced by one of its former colonies: the Dutch East Indies. One of the most popular dishes is Nasi Goreng, a very versatile fried rice dish.
We all know apple pie is as American as apple pie. But actually apple pie is originally not American at all.
Lovely flavourful mussels cooked in aromatic vegetables, herbs, bacon and white wine, finished with cream.
The small mustard factory of Abraham’s Groninger mustard still makes mustard the old-fashioned way… with a delicious result.
Dutch new herring (maatjesharing) is herring prepared in a specific Dutch way and is seen as a great seasonal delicacy.
Asparagus with ham, cooked egg, butter and parsley potatoes is the traditional Dutch way of serving white asparagus.
A spicy cake filled with almond paste, covered in coloured icing and topped with rich buttercream.
A rich and sweet bread filled with dried fruits and almond paste, traditionally served in the Netherlands during Easter.
Pea soup is a hearty, warming winter meal and one of the signature dishes of the Netherlands.
Ena Scheerstra introduces herself as a new contributor and shares the recipe and story behind Dutch pancakes.