The staple aliment in the Norfolk Islands` cuisine is the fish. Fish is consumed in various ways, like roasted, grilled, raw and in soups or stews and there is a wide spectrum of edible and enjoyable fish species: tuna (ahi), dolphin (mahi mahi), parrot fish (pakati), barracuda (ono), coconut crabs and crayfish. The most exotic fish meal is the like ika mata, which is a raw fish dish (the fish is marinated in lime juice, with tomatoes, onions and coconut cream). There are many kinds of local breads, which are used as a garnish and consumed with vegetable sauces and meat meals.
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