Kroket is a Dutch type of fast food, which consists of beef-ragout covered in breadcrumbs and then deep fried. Besides the common ragout type filling, other popular fillings served in fast food restaurants are whole boiled eggs, noodles, shrimps and rice. The ragout usually consists of finely chopped meat, butter, bay leaves, onions, cloves, parsley, eggs, nutmeg, lemon zest and white wine.
Internationally, kroket is also known as a Dutch "croquette". It is commonly eaten with bread or a soft bun, or on its own, and with mustard as a condiment. For many Dutch people, a "kroket" is truly comfort food and it is sold nearly everywhere where there is a significant concentration of Dutch people.
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