Dutch Cooking

Explore the unique and delicious cuisine of the Netherlands inside this Dutch Cooking cookbook of over 80 easy-to-follow recipes. Cookbook Village has a Dutch heritage. We spotted many of our favorite dishes here with recipes for Poffertjes, Limburgse Vlaai (Limburg Tart), Oliebollen, Erwtensoeop (Dutch Pea Soup), and so many more.


Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 160 pages. 

Copyright: 2008 

Publisher: Anness Publishing 

Author: Janny De Moor 

ISBN: 9781903141526

$14.00 $11.99

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Description: with a strong preference for fresh vegetables and a passion for all things sweet and spicy. This beautiful new book explores the rich tradition Of Dutch food and its various international influences, presenting over 80 delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes. 

First discover the history of Dutch cooking and eating traditions in a fascinating introduction that covers the characteristic Arabian flavors of the eartly Middle Ages, the moderating influence of the country's religious traditions, and today's cosmopolitan and varied eating styles. This section includes all you need to know about the Dutch diet, including key Ingredients and techniques, and also offers three classic recipes to start your love affair with Dutch food -- the festive Potato Puree, Cheese Puffs (kaassoesjes), and Country Lads and Girls (brandied raisins and apricots). 

With chapters covering Appetizers, Soups, Fish and Shellfish, Main Dishes, Desserts, and Baking, the book then presents a selection of stunning step-by-step recipes, from regional favourites and simple farmhouse fare to national classics and fashionable urban dishes. Many of the recipes use country-wide traditional combinations of ingredients, such as Sauerkraut Mash with Smoked Sausage and Bacon, or Endive and Meatballs. Various regional dishes are also included, from Maastricht Fare, a creamy veal stew with prunes, to Zeeland Mussel Soup. Then there is a selection of sweet dishes, such as The Hague Bluff, a light dessert with semolina and vanilla; Caramel Waffles known as goudse stroopwafels; Frisian Sugar Bread; or, for a spicy touch, Janhagel biscuits, flavoured with cinnamon, aniseed and almonds. 

With over 350 stunning specially commissioned photographs by leading photographer Debi Treloar, this book will provide all the inspiration you need to create truly authentic Dutch cooking. 


Condition: Cover page has small gift inscription in ink. Further good condition. 

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