You asked: How did the Dutch influence Indonesian food?

Indonesian traditional dishes that have been influenced by the Dutch are croquet, nastar (pineapple tart), klappertaart (coconut cake), and kastengel (cheese stick). One example of the acculturation of Dutch and Indonesian dishes is klappertaart. It is originated from North Celebes.

Why are there so many Indonesian people in the Netherlands?

Indonesia was a colony of the Netherlands from 1605 until 1945. In the early 20th century, many Indonesian students studied in the Netherlands. … During and after the Indonesian National Revolution, many Moluccans and Indo people, people of mixed Dutch and Indonesian ancestry migrated to the Netherlands.

Why are the Dutch so healthy?

According to the index “Good Enough to Eat,” the Netherlands emerged the leader thanks to relatively low food prices, low prevalence of diabetes, and better nutritional diversity than its European rivals.

Why are Dutch people tall?

Then there’s the Dutch diet: people in the Netherlands have a voracious appetite for dairy, and studies suggest this has contributed to their increased height. “Calcium builds bone and growth is dependent on having a good supply of that,” Barrett explained.

FASCINATINGLY:  Your question: Does Indonesia have a presidential system?
Keep Calm and Travel