Dutch Boerenkool Stamppot is as traditional to the cuisine of the Netherlands as it gets. Rich, sumptuous and filling, a hot plate of Dutch Boerenkool Stamppot is comfort food at its best.
Honduran Fried Yojoa Fish is one of the most famous dishes in Central America, and a national favorite. It originated in the Yojoa Lake region of Honduras.
The fish is spiced and salted, left to marinate overnight. Then it is deep fried. This particular method makes the flesh delightfully flaky and easy to be pulled off the bones. Fried Yojoa fish has a slightly sweet taste, which is a large part of what distinguishes it from any other fried fish dish.
Fried Yojoa Fish is served traditionally with garnishes of pickled onions, pickled red cabbage and slices of fresh lime. A favorite side dish is deep fried sliced bananas (plátanos tajaditos).
Honduran Fried Yojoa Fish Recipe-
Barbadian Guava Cheese is a nationwide favorite sweet delicacy in Barbados. It is also popular in other regions, perhaps mostly in Southwest India, Goa, where is is also known as “perad”. Guava cheese was brought to Goa by the Portuguese, and its popularity spread into the Caribbean Islands as well.
In the United States, it has other names, such as: Pasta de guayaba, Guayabate, or Guava Paste. With a texture much the same as fudge, Bajans eat it by itself as a dessert, or it can be used as a filling in pastries of pies. It is also wonderful as a spread over toast. There are several variations of this delicacy, but this is the basic, authentic, traditional version, and why I call it Barbadian Guava Cheese Supreme!
Barbadian Guava Cheese Supreme Recipe-
Bajan Conkies are a nationally popular treat for the people of Barbados. They can be served anytime, but traditionally they are prepared in November, as part of a celebration feast, commemorating Barbados’ Independence Day.
There are many variations on this recipe, but this one is my favorite, hence the name Bajan Conkies Authentic and Supreme!