The past two nights we decided to give Oma a break in the kitchen and I would try my hand at cooking for the boys here in Holland. Just going to the grocery is intimidating. Not being able to read labels, ingredients, or even use the damn oven is challenging.
I was determined to prove to my husband that I can actually cook Dutch food IN Holland.
Last night I made bratwurst with curry, potat with witloaf prokke. In English- bratwurst with boiled potatoes and endive smothered in Oma's vegetable sauce. I rocked it (if I do say so myself!). This is pretty much the extent of my cooking knowledge here so the rest should be interesting.
I'm off to the store again to figure out tonight's dinner.
to be continued...
Ok so tonight I made bacon wrapped schnitzel (pork chops), with broccoli, homemade Mac n cheese and BBQ mini potato balls. It turned out pretty darn good!
It is traditional to finish the meal with Vla which is similar to vanilla pudding but thinner. The kids LOVE it!
Here's a few pics from the local Albert Hien grocery store and my dinner tonight :)
My induction top stove
The boys eating the Vla
Produce section all behind seamless glass doors. Kinda cool.
I think these are shrimp but I'm not certain and I don't want to find out!
The cereal aisle. Yep. That's it.
Meat and cheeses
Typical Dutch shrimp. About the size of a dime! Not tasty either. :(
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