Deep fried ragout rolls covered with bread crumbs. Similar in taste and structure to Bitterballen, but larger. Used as a snack or as a lunch time course. Often served on a buttered slice of bread or a bread roll.
Comes in many varieties, including
Meat - Vleeskroket (might contain pork or beef or a combination. Brown Ragout Beef - Runderkroket - Brown Ragout Veal - Kalfskroket - white ragout Chicken- Kipkroket - Brown or white ragout Lamb - Lamskroket - Brown or white ragout Shrimps - Garnalenkroket - White ragout Vegetarian - Groentenkroket - Brown or white ragout
The ragout sometimes has a specific flavour, o.a.
Goulashkroket - A kroket filled with the Dutch version of a Hungarian Goulash (Pörkult) Sate - based on the peanut sauce served with Indonesian Sate