Usually during Independence Month (November) Barbadians tend to eat more of their locally prepared dishes and treats, to help commemorate their unique heritage. Some of these treats, delicacies that will be on the Independence table for breakfast:
Made from a combination of salt (cod) fish, spices, seasoning and flour, these fried delights can be used at any time of the day. They are best served in bread (see below) but can be also dipped in your favorite sauces and used as is.
Bread N’ Two
Bread N’ Two features two fishcakes within an ole fashioned Bajan salt bread. As depicted in the image, the bread and two can also be used with cheese, but this is strictly preferential. The fishcakes are made with flour, Bajan herbs and spices, along with cod (salt) fish.
These are sandwiches make with ol’ fashioned salt breads served (most popularly) with cheese, egg or fish(flying fish is preferred). This can be garnished with lettuce, cucumber, tomato and Bajan hot sauce.
Primarily made with just water, sugar, flour and a few spices, bakes are like mini pancakes without the syrup and is the go to breakfast for Bajans. They can also be served with salt fish and transformed into a light lunch.
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