Speculaas are a popular Dutch biscuit, quite strongly spiced and with a tangy kick from brown sugar. Although traditionally these are eaten for the feast of St Nicholas, they are too nice to eat just once a year!
Commercial versions of the biscuit are often very crispy but traditionally these biscuits are quite thick
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Onions are one of Hollands biggest agricultural exports, and this dish uses them to full advantage. In most other cuisines, onions are chopped fine enough that they aren’t obvious in the finished dish. This recipe takes another approach, showcasing the shape and flavor of the onion and pairing it with some great complementary ingredients.
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Meatballs in beer is a classically Dutch winter warmer, traditionally served as an evening meal in the colder months when the sun disappears early. If you can get it, this recipe is most authentic when served with a Dutch beer – Heineken springs to mind – but any lager will do. This tasty dish
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