Mustard Soup (Mosterd Soep) is widely available in the Netherlands. You can find it in restaurants and even in cans in supermarkets. The dish name comes from an obvious ingredient used in this soup - mustard. The dish is typically made with four tablespoons Dijon mustard and two tablespoons Zaansemosterd (Coarse ground mustard, Dutch Style). This ingredient is quite special, hence the name of the dish. Other components of the soup are carrots, onion, white wine, olive oil, celery root, flour, fennel seeds, fresh thyme, fresh rosemary. When ready, the soup has a creamy texture and delicious taste.
The soup is served hot with crusty bread.
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