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dutch: Hutspot met klapstuk

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    Thumbs up dutch: Hutspot met klapstuk

    Description: This is a traditional "stamp pot" Eaten in The Netherlands when the weather is cold. Its easy and simple, quite healthy and provides a lot of nutrients.
    Serving Size: 2 to 4
    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    1. 4 normal sized potatoes
    2. 2 onions
    3. 2 big carrots (over here they're called winter carrots and weigh between 200 and 400 grams a piece
    4. 2 pork steaks, the fat ones
    5. 250 gr. of bacon, unsmoked
    Preparation:
    1. Peel the potato, chop it up in medium sized chunks.
    2. Clean the onion, slice it into 4 quarters and slice each quarter into rings.
    3. Clean the carrots and slice them into small chunks or rings
    Instructions:
    1. Dunk al the vegetables in a pan, ad water, salt to taste and put over a heat source. Let boil for about 20 minutes.
    2. In the mean time, seazon the steaks with salt and pepper to taste, one could add some curry powder for an asian hint.
    3. Bake the fat pork steaks and the bacon till al is crunchy and all the fat is baked out of them.
    4. Take the meat out of the pan and wrap in foil. Ad a glass of water to the fat and some ketchup and mustard to make a sauce.
    5. Drain the vegetables, add the bacon pieces, mash together to get a mashed potatoes with onions and carrot. (this is the hutspot)

    6. Serve the hutspot with the sauce, the porkchop and more mustard to add to taste

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    WOW - this sounds great! Thank you for posting!!

    Cheers,
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    I love to cook, so I've got many-many recipes.... This ones easy, traditional and spot on for winters. I've got a soft spot for the hearty and honest dishes that are home grown, like this one or boeuf bourgignonne or maybe an easy cassoulette... This one is one of the few Dutch winter dishes I actually like... We do one with sauerkraut and potatoes as well and I can honestly say I hate my mothers version of it witch has had an influence on my opinion on sauerkraut in any other dish, including hot-dogs...

    I could post some more stamppots if you'd be interested in them? They're quite easy, take potatoes, ad some vegtables and a sausage or a meatball. We've also got a great meal soup mostly containing split-peas and smoked sausage (dunno if you can get those sausages outside of the Netherlands though)

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    Good! I tried the hotpot part (veggies). I would never have thought of pairing mashed carrots and mashed potatos, but it very good! Only had smoked bacon available, but it works.

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