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The national dish(es) of Barbados include(s): Cou-Cou and Flying Fish.
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Bajan cuisine is a mixture of African, Indian, Irish, Creole and British influences. A typical meal consists of a main dish of meat or fish, normally marinated with a ...


Jul 23, 2015 ... Why you should try it: It's the national dish of Barbados for a reason – it's a staple food that can be fried, steamed, baked, or pickled.


Cou-Cou is a combination of cornmeal and okra that are further combined with salt, pepper and Barbados' very own Hot Pepper Sauce. This unique staple food  ...


The national dish of Barbados is flying fish and cou-cou, which is traditionally served on Fridays. In fact ... Another popular Bajan dish (or snack) is fish cakes.


May 31, 2016 ... Perhaps the most popular food in Barbados, fish cakes can be found on all menus – from 5 star restaurants to street-side vendors. Fish cakes ...


The island of Barbados is known for excellent and diverse cuisine; therefore it ... food' because they consist of three basic ingredients – sugar, water and flour.


I was lucky enough to get a personal cooking lesson from Barbados' most celebrated chef, Peter Edey of Caribbean Cuizine TV on how to make traditional  ...


Mar 25, 2014 ... Cou Cou Pronounced coo-coo, this dish —somewhat similar to a polenta cake — is a staple in most Bajan households. It can be made with ...


Barbados is a Caribbean island with a rich choice of cuisine. ... dishes served are creative and full of Caribbean flair with a slight twist of Mediterranean cooking.