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Recipe For Bitterballen — 21 Comments

  1. Hi Tandy
    First of all thank you for posting this recipe – I adore them, and always make sure I have sevreal dishes of them when visiting my friends in amsterdam. The one thing I would add is that I always have to have the mustard dipping sauce!
    And what a shocking story – the man sounds a bully, through and through!

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    • I so have to try the mustard dripping sauce. The man is a bully indeed Claire!

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  2. It’s really awful what the poor woman went through.
    These Bitterballen are good though like you I am not big on deep frying either.

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    • I will try these again when I have borrowed my friend’s air fryer 🙂

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  3. It’s awful what that old lady had to go through. Some people get away with murder!!
    The Bitterballen were good and yes I do agree the deep frying kind of puts you off.

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  4. The recipe sounds delicious but I can’t get over the story you told us – how very dreadful.

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    • It is very dreadful!

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  5. This dish is completely new to me! I have never seen nor heard of bitterballen before – it sounds very intriguing!
    Amy (Savory Moments) sharing the blog ♥ Apple ring pancakesMy Profile

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    • They make a great snack Amy 🙂

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  6. I have never made these – must give them a try – thanks Tandy.
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    • My pleasure Rachel 🙂

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  7. What a dreadful incident, Tandy. I’m sure I couldn’t keep something like that, to myself. The man definitely deserves to be shamed and punished. Although my dad was Dutch, I don’t think I ever tasted bitterballen. They sound really good. 🙂

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    • I doubt he will be punished, even if the story is told 🙁

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  8. I just learned about bitterballen this year and now I’m so tempted. These ones look awesome!! That’s so sad about your friend 🙁

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    • Thanks for the compliment. And yes, it is very sad!

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  9. I have noticed that you started to introduce personal stories at the beginning of your posts – I love it, they render your posts so more personal and catching.

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    • Thank you so much Barbara!

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  10. Hi Tandy! Welcome home from France. I just love how you introduce me to new foods that I’ve never heard of and probably wouldn’t have heard about unless I visited their country of origin. I love your bitterballen? I’m having trouble making these plural. Very unique. I can only imagine they’d be a huge hit if I served them up in Niagara Falls to guests!
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    • They would make a great snack for a drinks party! And, I am not sure about the plural either 🙂

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  11. I’ve never heard of these! Very interesting.

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    • Not something you would try of course 😉

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