Rose fried flying fish refers to Barbados dish prepared from the flying fish, which is Barbados’ national dish prepared by any cooking method. The dish is served with cou-cou, a cornmeal and okra side dish. This variation of the national dish is cooked with special Bajan seasonings. Barbados is one of the Caribbean islands.

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