Dutch Crunch Rolls: #202 of 1000 Sustainable Food Experiments

Dutch crunch is a popular sandwich bread here in the San Francisco Bay Area. In Europe, it’s called Tiger Bread because of the striped pattern on top. It’s a soft bread on the inside with a crispy rice flour topping that bakes into a crunchy crust. Many thanks to Aparna for inspiration. This is partContinue reading “Dutch Crunch Rolls: #202 of 1000 Sustainable Food Experiments”

Dutch Stamppot (Cabbage, Potatoes, Plant-Based Sausage): #138 of 1000 Sustainable Food Experiments

I learned about stamppot from an old Canadian cookbook, but it’s originally a Dutch recipe. You cook a vegetable like kale or savoy cabbage with a bunch of potatoes in a big pot, then add some (plant-based) sausage. Mash it all up with a bit of olive oil and salt, and you have a deliciousContinue reading “Dutch Stamppot (Cabbage, Potatoes, Plant-Based Sausage): #138 of 1000 Sustainable Food Experiments”