And guess what? In the top 10 dishes that are most often made and most preferred to eat, number 1, 2 and 3 are pasta dishes. The Hollandse Pot only follows at number 4.
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Fun fact: in Friesland they still stick to the traditional Dutch eating habits. This is where a traditional Dutch dish most often appears on the table. The least often in Flevoland. Limburgers are especially known for their love of the snack bar. Of all Dutch people they can be found there most often. The time that the Dutch sit down at the table can still be called traditional: half still eat punctually at 6 p.m. 70 percent do not eat with the plate on their lap, but at the table.
In De Smaak van Nederland, Janny van der Heijden travels through the Netherlands to find out what the Dutch really like and what our food culture is. The program can be seen every Monday at 10 p.m. on 24Kitchen from 22 February.
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