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Finadene Sauce refers to a traditional sauce from Guam which is often often served with barbeque. In Guam, Finadene sauce is a staple in every meal. Some prefer it with chicken while others use it as an all-around dip. This sauce is served in almost every food establishment on Guam- and there are not that many exceptions really. Even fastfood joints on Guam, with global franchises, serve Finadene with their chicken, like the KFC. Finadene is one of the foundations of Chamorro cooking on the island of Guam. The recipe for Finadene is pretty basic. You just mix an equal part of soy sauce and lemon juice. Then add chopped peppers and onions. Serve with meat. Preferably, barbequed chicken or pork. Finadene is used as a condiment sauce to dip things in or to sprinkle over food. Small drops of it are also nice on rice. It is available and can be bought all over Guam bottled. Finadene is also sometimes spelled Fina Dene, but based on my researched it is correctly spelled Fina’denne’.

Frejol canario refers to "yellow bean".

Frejol Colado refers to Peru's sweet dessert made from mashed beans and Chancaca. Frejol Colado is usually prepared in southern Peru.

Frejol panamito refers to Peru's small white bean.

Fritot is the French for small organ meat fritter , where meat is partially cooked, then marinated in oil, lemon juice, and herbs, dipped in batter and fried just before serving. Fritot can also refer to any small fried piece of meat or fish.

Fry Goromo refers to a batter for frying cutlet. Ingriedents for Goromo are flour, egg and then bread crumbs. The ingredient should be lightly covered with batter . Goromo is also known as Koromo which is actually flour mixed with eggs and water; a batter Goromo is usually used in making Tempura .