Old Dutch Cheer Up, Green Gypsy Spices
This herb mix from Green Gypsy can be used for all your traditional Dutch dishes such as mashed potatoes, meatballs, stews or simple vegetables from the oven.
Herb mix for Old Dutch dishes
If you are hoping for more spectacle with all your Old Dutch dishes.
Nothing wrong with a Dutch stew, a pan of purebred sauerkraut or your grandmother's hot lightning, but sometimes you just want more fireworks. Mix old Dutch fluff with your stamppot, your hotpot, your boiled potatoes, your meatballs, whatever. As long as it is Dutch!
Super easy: it's child's play.
- By stews
- For (vegetarian) gravy
- With meat substitutes
- Through minced meat
Content: 80 gr
|Brand||Green Gypsy Spices|
|Diet Type||Low Carb|
|Protein diet: usable in fase||1, 2, 3, 4, After the protein diet|
Suppose; you go for the stew of your dreams, whether it's a kale stew, a sauerkraut stew or whatever; it's your party. Boil the potatoes in a pan of water with a pinch of salt. When the potatoes are done, mash them with a knob of butter and/or olive oil and a dash of milk if you think the mashed potatoes are too dry. Fry a finely chopped onion in a wok pan. When it is almost to your liking, throw in 1 tsp of this herb mix per person and fry it for about 20 seconds. Then throw in your vegetables, like sauerkraut or kale, along with a small splash of water. Put the lid on the pan and let it simmer on low heat, so the vegetables get cooked by the steam that is released. When the vegetables are done, mash them through the potatoes and in no time you'll have a purebred stew that will make the sparks fly.
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