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The foods of Seychelles

The cuisine of Seychelles is a fusion of different cultures and influences, such as African, French, Indian, Chinese, and British. It is based on fish, seafood, rice, coconut, and spices. Some of the popular dishes are:
Shark chutney: a spicy dish made from boiled and mashed shark meat, cooked with onion, lime juice, and bilimbi (a sour fruit).
Ladob: a sweet or savory dish made from plantain, sweet potato, cassava, or breadfruit, boiled with coconut milk, sugar, nutmeg, and vanilla (for the dessert version) or salted fish and salt (for the savory version).
Bouyon bred: a fish soup with greens, such as spinach, moringa, or pumpkin leaves.
Coconut curry: a rich and creamy curry with coconut milk, curry powder, and various meats or vegetables.
Kat-kat banane: a dish of green bananas and fish cooked in coconut milk.
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Cooking in Seychelles

Seychelles desserts