Dutch foods of the Netherlands may not be as well-known as French or Chinese cuisines but it is worth experiencing the delight at least once. Foodhall, India’s premium lifestyle food superstore is kick-starting a week-long festival Holland Meets Mumbai – enabling its patrons to experience the culinary flavours of Dutch.
The Dutch cuisine has gained popularity amongst food connoisseurs across the globe owing to its simple and straightforward flavours. This food festival will take you to the Orange land with some of its most enjoyable savouries such as StroopWaffles – a waffle made from thin layers of baked dough with a caramel-like syrup filling and world famous cheeses such as Edam and Gouda.
Highlight of the festival
The ever popular Stroopwaffles, delectable Dutch apple tart, bread and butter pudding and Dutch pancakes with blueberries
Give way to Healthy food!
The dutch pea soup that serves as a substantial and healthy meal in this cuisine.
The mouth watering Stamppot which is a delicacy made out of mashed potatoes, chopped kale and carrots
Get Binging at the Demo Counter
You can indulge in some exotic Heksenkaas (a flavoured cream cheese or sandwich spread) with Rye bread toasties and White Asparagus with Hollandaise sauce along with mashed potatoes at the demo counter
Get ready to say cheese with some of popular cheese in Dutch. The Foodhall stocks up iconic cheese varieties such as Edam and Gouda
Cold cuts and meats
The Dutch swear by its cold cuts and meats. Make way for some of the juicy cured ham, pork and sausages. Binge on their mini sandwiches and rolls with sausages and cold cuts that are paired alongside tomatoes lettuce, mayonnaise and mustard available from leading Dutch FMCG brand Remia
Enhance the flavours with Fruits and Vegetables right from the Dutch fields:
Add authentic flavours to your cuisine with Tomatoes on vine, big beef tomatoes and red and yellow pear tomatoes, potatoes, peas, kale, asparagus, parsnips, endives, brussel sprouts, carrots cauliflowers exclusively imported from Netherlands. Apples, pears, plums and cherries available during this festival will augment the flavours of desserts that you make at home.