Oké guys, here is a recipe for the famous Dutch ‘Kapsalon’. Long time ago there was a hairdresser who ordered this meal every time at his local ‘shoarmazaak’ (kebabroom???). The cook didn’t have a name for the recipe and named it: ‘Kapsalon’ (Barbershop). Because the guy worked in a barbershop. And that’s enough history lessons for today. Here are the ingredients:

  • 450g Kebab;
  • 500g French fries;
  • Cheese;
  • Lettuce;
  • Cucumber;
  • Tomato;
  • Red onion;
  • Lot’s off Garlic sauce (I don’t know the correct English word for that Emoticon die tong uitsteekt).
Roast the kebab. foto-16
Fry the French fries. (I use oven fries. I’ts less creasy Knipogende emoticon) Oops, forgot to take a picture…
Cut the cucumber and cheese. foto-17
Grap a baking dish. foto-19
And now the trick Knipogende emoticon First make a layer of French fries. foto-20
Then a layer kebab. foto-21
Then complete cover it with cheese. foto-22
Put it in the grill (only top grill). And remove it when the cheese is melted. foto-23
Cover it with lettuce, cucumber, red onion, tomato.(we don’t have the onions and tomato Knipogende emoticon) foto-24
Cover it with Garlic Sauce (knoflooksaus, shoarmasaus) foto-25

And that’s all. Leave a comment when you tried it Knipogende emoticon

Bon Appetit, Jeroen.

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6 Comments

Jasmine · April 19, 2012 at 01:44

you forgot to add hot sauce

frank · March 26, 2013 at 13:05

The English word for garlic sauce is garlic sauce. 🙂
At least that’s what we call it in Australia.

eimearwylie · September 25, 2014 at 18:22

Thank you for this recipe …..my kids love this dish but I never ‘homemade’ it before, now its a fav in our house!!

Lika · January 15, 2016 at 09:23

Thank you for the recipe. This is my favorite dish when I studied in NL. Will try it soon!

Ria · January 30, 2016 at 02:42

Love the idea, Will certainly try it, but how many people does this feed?

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