The cuisine of Bonaire - Caribbean
Caribbean Bonaire BQ
The foods of BonaireThe cuisine of Bonaire is built on local ingredients filtered through the historic Spanish and Dutch influences. The dishes are flavorful and well-seasoned but not chili-hot, leaning heavily on the island’s seafood and herds of goats. They’re usually served with funchi – the local equivalent of polenta – fried plantains, or rice with or without beans.
Pastechis Pastechis, The flaky little pastries, stuffed full of meats, shrimp or poultry and deep-fried until they’re crisp and golden, are the island’s universal snack. They’re available all day, everywhere you go, and they’re just the right size for a quick bite.
Guiambo is One of the signature dishes of the island, a soup made with okra and plenty of the local seafood. with a resemblance to Louisiana gumbo.
Achiote chicken and rice Apple and pork stuffing Banana soufflé Bavarois maracudja Caribbean conch stew Caribbean salmon fillets en papillotte Chocolate mocha soufflé Coconut ice cream with mango sauce codfish acras Curried quinoa with chick-peas Honey- mustard pork roast Lemony lemon pound cake Mango coconut chia pudding Mango soufflé Sorbet doudou maracudja The palm tree
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