FOOD YOU MUST TRY IN AMSTERDAM

1. BITTERBALLEN:

It is yummy, deep fried crispy meatballs usually served with mustard for dipping- they are ultimate in Dutch pub snacks and can be found on the menu at the most Amsterdam drinking outlays.

2. STROOPWAFEL:

If you wanna try Dutch sweet treat, make it a stroopwafel. Two thin waffles stuck jointly with a layer of sweet syrup; these appetizing delicacies are best enjoyed hot and gooey from a street market or bakery.

3. THICK DUTCH FRIES:

When you will see this name you will think of it as patat or frites on menus, but usually they come served in a piping hot paper cone slathered with any manner of tasty toppings. Ask for patatje oorlog for a dollop of peanut satay sauce, mayo and onions, or a patat special for a mix of curry ketchup, mayonnaise and onions.

4. RAW HERRING:

Raw herring may sound a little creepy to the limitless, but every visitor to Amsterdam should give it a go. You’ll spot haring handles serving up this Dutch area of expertise all over the city- ask for a ‘broodje haring’ to get the fish served in a small sandwich with pickles and onions. Herring taste sweetest in may and june.

5. KEBBELING:

If you don’t want to try raw herrings, you still have a option of eating fishy fix from kebblings- scruffy and deep fried morsels of white fish; usually cod. They are not only delicious in looks but also in taste, and usually served with a mayonaisey herb suace and lemon.

6. ONTBIJTKOEK:

This appetizing ginger cake comes in loaves, and is heavy enough to ensure that one slice is always enough. While eating this, spread some thick butter on it for extra taste.

7. STAMPPOT:

For cold winter evening, stammpot is the vital Dutch comfort food, not dissimilar to British Bubble & Squeak. This customary dish involves potatoes mashed with other vegetables- stamppot includes different combination of sauerkraut, carrot, onion or kale- and is generally served with big juicy sausage.

8. PATATJE OORLOG :

This traditional Dutch fast food dish combines various ingredients which are generally not considered complementary, creating a inexplicably satisfying, highly-calorific mishmash. It is also one of the tastier dish of Amsterdam.

9. RIJJSTTAFEL:

It’s a large meal served largely at Indonesian restaurants in Amsterdam that features various small sides like egg rolls, pickels, satays and cooked vegetables along with a variety of rice based dishes.

10. DROP :

The Dutch love licorice or in a simple language ‘drop’. The consumption of licorice per person per year is highest in the world. You will find this ubiquitously in the supermarkets, pharmacy, markets and gas stations. Drop comes in different flavors and sizes .

Source: Wat Not

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