Cou Cou, Coo-coo, Fungi (Barbadian)
cornmeal, water, okra
It is Barbados' national dish. It consists mainly of cornmeal (corn flour) and okra (ochroes). Flying fish prepared fried or steamed is a usual complement to cou-cou. Cou-cou and flying fish has become Barbados' national dish. Corned beef, or just beef stew, is also a common accompaniment to cou-cou. Traditionally, cou-cou is served on Fridays at homes across Barbados and local food establishments. Cou-cou can also be prepared using breadfruit instead of cornmeal.
Created Nov. 13, 2018 by: ClaudioRoman
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