Stamppot is an old style Dutch dish, served usually during winter time. It is considered the epitome of plain Dutch cuisine by many locals. Mashed potatoes, mixed with mashed vegetables like carrots & onions. It is of course differentiated in several distinct versions like the boerenkool (with cabbage), zuurkool (with sauerkraut) & rauwe andijviestamppot ( with endives) & is traditionally paired with the Rookworst (Dutch smoked sausage) & a bit of gravy on the side.
This dish is very common in the family tables so probably the best way to include it in your menu is by going to a place like Moeders, a typical mama’s place (Moeders is the Dutch word for Mothers). Moeders is known for it’s traditional Dutch food, for its family recipes and of course its creamy stamppot. For those who don’t want to enjoy its traditional side, there are plenty of other things to chose from the extensive, international menu. One of the highlights of this place, its wall of fame, full of pictures of mothers brought in by customers. You can even bring your own.