TRADITIONAL FOOD OF HAITI
The attractive geography of Haiti is perhaps the most striking feature of this country, which occupies the western side of the island of Hispaniola and shares it with the Dominican Republic.
Here, you will find 10 of the most traditional dishes of Haiti, a compendium of the most iconic meals that should not be missed when you visit this wonderful island.
A marine mollusk generally found in Caribbean waters. In English, it is known as Queen Conch. Few restaurants serve this dish, which symbolizes Haiti’s struggle for independence.
A popular Haitian dish, spicy and sweet and sour, easy to prepare, and addictive. It consists of marinated pieces of pork, which are boiled and finally fried or grilled.
LEGIM OR HAITIAN LÉGUME
A stew composed of beef and various simmered vegetables. Fish can replace the beef, or you can have a vegetarian version with only vegetables.
This dish is prepared and has become synonymous with independence and freedom. As it is also called, the independence soup is composed of turban squash which originates from the West Indies.
DIRI AK DJON DJON
One of the most expensive dishes of Haitian cuisine. It consists of a variety of mushrooms that come from the north of the country and usually sells for just over $60 per kilo.
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