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Monaco's diet begins with its location on the sea as seafood dominates the menu. Among these fish, cod and anchovy are perhaps the most common for food, although dozens exist. In addition to this, the country has a great growing climate as numerous fresh fruits and vegetables, such as onions, garlic, and olives (or olive oil) are readily available and incorporated into many dishes.

Although Monaco's cuisine is still fairly loyal to its Mediterranean roots, the French and Italians have also made a substantial impact on the food. Multiple French dishes are common in Monaco as are Italian pasta.

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Barbajuan

(0 ) (Monegasque)

It is an appetizer mainly found in the eastern part of French Riviera and Northern Italy. A kind of fritter ...

Pastilla

(0 ) Besṭila (Monegasque) (Spanish-andalusian)

It is a traditional Andalusian dish consumed in countries of the Maghreb. Andalusian people who migrated to Fez have popularized ...

Socca

(0 ) Farinata (Italian) (Monegasque)

It is made by stirring chickpea flour into a mixture of water and olive oil to form a loose batter, ...

Swiss Chard Pie

(0 ) (French) (Monegasque)

Rub the butter into the flour till it resembles breadcrumbs, add a opinch of salt and enough iced water to ...

Pissaladiere

(0 ) Pissaladina (French) (Monegasque)

It is a dish which originated from Nice in Southern France. The dough is usually a bread dough thicker than ...

Stocafi

(0 ) (French) (Monegasque)

Stocafi is a seafood stew with a very Provençal assortment. It is a tasty with a dish of dried cod, ...

(0 ) (French) (Monegasque)

It is made with squash blossoms edible flowers of Cucurbita species, particularly Cucurbita pepo, the species that produces zucchini, marrow, ...

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