Flying Fish de-boned and stacked. The national dish of Barbados is flying fish and cou-cou. Steamed or fried these fish are oh so tasty. It is said that "Bajans are the only Caribbean people to have mastered the art of deboning flying fish.
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Taste of the Caribbean: Flying Fish Cutters, The Officially Bajan Sandwich Worth Fighting For
Making this Japanese salad is so fast and easy. Kani means "crab" in Japanese, usually used in sushi. Serve this with your fried dish or as an appetizer. This is a must-try salad recipe. Ingredients 8 lettuce leaves, washed 1 medium size cucumber 4 pieces frozen kani "crab sticks" 3 tablespoons diced mango 1 tablespoon tobiko "flying fish roe" 3 tablespoons Japanese mayonnaise (kewpie brand) Dried seaweeds wrapper, cut into strips (optional) Procedure * Peel off ...
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