Really?!as far as I know there are no cows in the ENTIRE country.... Come on! Their "traditional" recipes are far more likely to contain chicken, fish, and pork. This country is almost incapable of supporting beef! Their food is quite bland and oily... As well as slightly sweet. Many friends in Majuro turned their noses up at "spicy." break out the koolaide, ramen, sweet bread, donuts and "ni!"
A delicious local recipe is Hanoi Beef and Rice Noodle Soup made with beef bones with narrow, oxtails, short rib plate, halved onion, unpeeled shallot, fresh ginger, star anise, cinnamon stick, parsnip, beef sirloin, thinly sliced scallion, shredded coriander, dried rice stick, hot chili sauce and sliced onion. A traditional Marshall Islands recipe is No- bake Summer Cheesecake made of cream cheese or neufchat, sugar, graham cracker and crumb. Micronesian Chicken recipe is also very popular al around Marshall Islands. Micronesian Chicken ingredients are: chicken breasts, lemons, medium chopped onion, oz beer, oz soy sauce and mashed garlic clove.