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’.
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 .
Food Trivia: Mojos of Canary Islands : The cooks of the Canary Islands are famous for their Mojos whichs means "Sauces or Dips". Mojos from the Canary Islands of Spain come in different varieties. The bear the same as the Mojos of Latin America, however they are completey different from one another. Canary Islands' Mojos are made with olive oil, vinegar, garlic, dried and crushed red pepper or green peppers, cilantro, parsley and other ingredients, depending on the dish they are to be served. They are always served as side dishes for dipping Papas Arrugadas, fish or meat. Red-colored Mojos are usually paired with meats and potatoes, while the Green-colored Mojos are paied with fish dishes. Canary Islands of Spain consists of seven (7) larger islands (Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro) and a few smaller ones (Alegranza, Graciosa, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este, Roque del Oeste and Lobos).