As with the Mediterranean choices, Spanish or French Cuisines, the flavors have never been diverse and distinct. Dutch flavors are up against the very best of choices in the international market. This has not been the case, a decade before, as these traditional Dutch culinary practices were limited to the streets of Amsterdam and the widespread Dutch countryside. Most of the reasons for this isolation could be attributed to the complicated ways of preparation that takes a brief time for multiple stages of seasoning and maturing before It ends up in the pan.
What makes Dutch choices unique in some ways also makes it indifferent from other regional food choices. For instance, Garnaalkroket panko is a popular choice all across coastal Europe, but the Dutch variant has a special class that seems to be the new found flavor amidst the elite who has the taste for seafood. The same class that has existed in the Dutch lands has been transferred with the same touch of exquisiteness across borders and is reported to replace the older choices. What does Dutch do to seafood is a question that has millions of answers? Mr. Moresso who has been associated with Capri chain of Restaurant across the United Kingdom has one of the better answers. As with observations of Moresso, Dutch prefer it clean and tidy with even the options for salad reduced to a tiny fraction as compared to the main seafood meal.
The Dutch has also been associated with panko paneermeel that are more of an appetizer or a choice used to garnish, but the flavored breadcrumbs that are seasoned with pork or more of the other choices of meat do indicate a special class of unique culinary practices that are gaining popularity across Europe and the world over.
Assortiment kroketten remain the better of choices with Dutch recently taking over French with bland taste of shrimp with succulent choices and a hint of herbs that reminds a blend of Italian and French culinary choices. On the positive note, most of these cuisines are believed to have originated along the Mediterranean and hence it is probable that Dutch has reinvented the new choice in croquettes that were surely not expected by the French of the Italians. However, as compared to the diverse nature of mixed culture in Netherlands, there could be more out in the stores sooner or later.
Remy Olsten has been a practicing chef for three decades and has shares in one of Britain’s established food chain business. He was first in Britain to bring exclusive flavors of Europe all the way to the reinvented choices that are far more elegant than its origins in parts of Eastern Europe.