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Ontbijtkoek
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Ontbijtkoek is often eaten with butter
Alternative namesPeperkoek, Kruidkoek
TypeCake
Place of originNetherlands, Belgium
Main ingredientsRye, cloves, cinnamon, ginger, succade, nutmeg
VariationsOudewijvenkoek
Food energy
(per serving)
100 kcal (419 kJ)

An ontbijtkoek (literally translated breakfast cake) or peperkoek (pepper cake) is a Dutch and Flemish spiced cake.[1] Rye is its most important ingredient, coloring the cake light brown. It is often spiced with cloves, cinnamon, ginger, succade and nutmeg. Several parts of the Netherlands have their own local recipe, of which the most famous is oudewijvenkoek (old woman's cake),[citation needed] which is mostly eaten in the northern regions, and is flavored with aniseed. Ontbijtkoek is traditionally served at breakfast with a thick layer of butter on top, as a replacement for bread, however, due to its sweet taste it is also served as a snack. It is best eaten the day after it is baked.[2] Ontbijtkoek is also found in Indonesia due to its historical colonization by The Netherlands.[3][4][5]

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References

  1. ^ "Ontbijtkoek". The Dutch Table. Retrieved August 12, 2019.
  2. ^ David (2017-12-15). "Ontbijtkoek (Dutch breakfast cake) (Amsterdam)". Spiced. Retrieved August 12, 2019.
  3. ^ Kuliner Peninggalan Belanda - Nggak Nyangka! 17 Makanan Favoritmu Ini Olahan Negeri Kincir Angin - Tribun Travel
  4. ^ "Resep Kue Zaman Penjajahan Belanda". i idntimes. Retrieved 26 May 2020.
  5. ^ "17 Makanan Peninggalan Belanda yang Populer di Indonesia hingga Saat Ini | Tribun Travel".