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Barbadian cuisine, also called Bajan cuisine, is a mixture of African, Portuguese, Indian, Irish, Creole, and British influences. A typical meal consists of a main dish of meat or fish, normally marinated with a mixture of herbs and spices, hot side dishes, and one or more salads. The meal is usually served with one or more sauces.

Chicken and Potato Roti

Chicken and Potato Roti

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Chicken and Potato Roti is like a burrito but from the Island of Barbados. This Bajan recipe is made with a flower roti skin and stuffed with chicken and potato filling.
Orange Eclipse

The Orange Eclipse from Barbados

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Put a little tropical sun in your winter cocktail with an Orange Eclipse from Barbados. This Bajan cocktail recipe is made from rum, orange juice, vermouth, and bitters.
Fried Flying Fish and Cou Cou

Fried Flying Fish and Cou Cou

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Fried Flying Fish and Cou Cou is widely considered to be the National Dish of Barbados. This Bajan Recipe is made with breaded fillets of flying fish, a creole sauce, and a side of cou cou which is made with cornmeal and okra.

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Red Spanish Sangria

Red Spanish Sangria

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Sangria is one of the most popular drinks in Spanish cuisine. It is commonly served in bars, restaurants, and festivities throughout Spain and Portugal. Clericó is a similar beverage that is popular in Latin America.
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