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"Recipe: Dutch National Peasoup" Netherlands Local Custom Tip by catnl

Netherlands Local Customs: 288 reviews and 290 photos

  Domestic Dutch National Peasoup Jan. 2006
by catnl
 
 

Dutch Peasoup (complete meal)
Ingredients:
- beef and pig's leg (a good butcher will sell those), smoked saucage, green peas, rooted selery, wintercarrot, leek, a beegcube, salt and pepper.
- Put a big pan with water , the beefcube the beef and pig's leg, some salt and pepper on the stove for 2 hours.
- Meanwhile wash the greenpeas with cold water and put those in the soup (after 2 hours) for about 45 minutes.
Chop the other vegetables in small cubes and put those when the meat and peas are cooked for about 15-20 min. at the last 5 minutes add the sliced smoked saucage.
Bon appetit:-)
You can combine this soup with pancakes and/or with special dark rye-bread and bacon:)

ingredienten:
soepvlees, varkenshiel, spliterwten, winterwortel, knolselderie, prei, vleesbouillonblokje en zout en peper en rookworst.
- zet een flinke pan met water , wat zout en peper op met 1 bouillonblokje, mager soepvlees en varkenshiel, breng dit aan de kook en laat ca. 2uur trekken op een laag pitje.
- was ondertussen de spliterwten goed af en doe deze bij de soep, laat ca. 45 min. meekoken
- snijd prei en wortel en knolseldrie in kleine stukjes en kook dit ca, 20 min. mee, voeg de plakjes rookworst pas in de laatste 5 min. toe.
de soep is klaar, eet smakelijk:-)
Je kan deze soup combineren met pannenkoeken of met roggebrood en spek

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