Dutch Potato Salad also called Huzaren Salade or as we called it at home Slaatje is a traditional Dutch dish presented at twelve o’clock at night. This salad is only called Huzaren Salade in the Netherlands. In the rest of the world they call a salad of meat, potatoes, pickles, onion, dressing and some mayonnaise on top, a Russian salad. The origin of the Huzaren Salade is – as is the case with many dishes – not completely known. Hussars were originally Hungarian horsemen, who camped in the Austrian army to fight against the Turks. It was impossible to make fire in the battle area, because they had to remain unseen. Therefore, the hussars took food that they had prepared in advance. Such as cold salads with potatoes, vegetables and meat. This is how these salads got the name Hussar salad.
Curry Cauliflower a different way. Very tasty a recipe from Ottolenghi’s recipe book simple.
Origin: The origins of the “advocaat” are unclear. Some say it’s derived from an alcoholic drink that Dutch colonists made from avocado. However, others, place advocaat origins more recent with the name coming from the Dutch word for “advocate” being originally considered a lawyer’s drink. …
Below is the recipe the way my mother used to make Zuurkool with stoofpeertjes. We, the children refused to eat Zuurkool without something sweet. So my mother added the stoofpeertjes. I do see on the internet, that we were not the only ones adding something sweet to the Zuurkool, like apple or pineapple.