Here is the question :
THE STROOPWAFEL DESSERT COMES FROM WHICH EUROPEAN COUNTRY?
Here is the option for the question :
- Czech Republic
- The Netherlands
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC001000] Not only pancakes, Gouda cheese, and herring are some of the most well-known culinary specialties of the Netherlands, but there are many more. In the event that you find yourself wandering through Amsterdam, you will most likely come across carts manned by street food sellers who sell stroopwafels, which are widely regarded as one of the most mouthwatering sweets in all of Holland. The name of this well-known sweet treat in the Netherlands literally means “syrup waffle” when translated into English. A stroopwafel is made up of two wafers that are quite thin and are filled in the middle with a sweet syrup that has a caramel-like consistency. Because the cookie is proportioned appropriately to sit atop a mug, it is frequently supposed to be consumed in conjunction with beverages like coffee or tea. The cookie gets warm, and the gooey filling on the inside melts as a result of the steam from the hot beverage. Like the namesake cheese, stroopwafel was first made in Gouda in the late 18th century.