Barbadian Cuisine

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Black-eyed peas and rice is a savoury side dish from Barbados that goes well with a variety of chicken, pork, fish, or vegetable dishes. In Barbados, it is most commonly served as an accompaniment to fried fish dishes. …

01:27AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

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Bajan Macaroni Pie and Flying Fish is a combo Barbadian dish. It is a very popular dish. It is prepared with long, tubular macaroni, butter, cheese, eggs, milk, onions, mustard, ketchup, and either red pepper sauce or cayenne …

01:54AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

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Cassava pone is a sweet, moist, and gummy dessert made from the cassava root, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, coconut, sugar, nutmeg, butter, and milk. Cassavacassava was introduced to Barbados by the Arawaks. Cassava pone is so popular that it …

08:09AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

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Conkies is a traditional dish of the West Indies that's especially popular in Barbados. It's made with a combination of cornmeal, spices (cinnamon, nutmeg), grated pumpkin, coconut, sweet potatoes, raisins, flour, sugar, butter, and sometimes eggs. The mixture …

03:37AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

Cou Cou, Coo-coo, Fungi

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It is Barbados' national dish. It consists mainly of cornmeal (corn flour) and okra (ochroes). Flying fish prepared fried or steamed is a usual complement to cou-cou. Cou-cou and flying fish has become Barbados' national dish. Corned beef, …

12:11PM November 13, 2018 - by: ClaudioRoman

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This is Barbados' national dish. Somewhat similar to polenta or grits, Cou-cou is made with corn meal and okra.

03:53AM July 11, 2017 - by: anika854

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Flying Fish Cutters is a Barbadian sandwich made with Bajan salt bread – which is a white flour bread roll characterized by its crusty exterior and a tender, fluffy interior. Flying fish is fried and inserted in a …

08:24AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

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Ham cutter is a typical sandwich from Barbados. It's made with a Bajan salt bread, which is a freshly baked roll with a fluffy interior and crusty exterior. The roll is sliced down the middle, then filled with …

01:35AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

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Jug-jug is a traditional dish originating from Barbados. Although there are a few versions of the dish, it's usually made with a combination of split peas or lentils, bacon or pork, hot peppers, beef, onions, chives, rolled oats, …

03:47AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

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Pudding and souse is a traditional Barbadian dish that is served exclusively as a Saturday lunch, consisting of two separate items: pudding, or steamed sweet potatoes, and souse, or pickled pork that is traditionally served in pork intestines. …

08:30AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem

Bajan Salt Bread

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Bajan salt bread is a freshly baked roll with a fluffy interior and crusty exterior.

09:41AM October 16, 2020 - by: itisclaudio

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Souse is a versatile dish that is typically prepared with pork, namely some of the less-favoured cuts such as head, feet, knuckles, or tail, while other versions also employ beef or chicken feet. The cuts are cooked until …

08:04AM October 10, 2020 - by: atasneem