Thursday, November 16, 2006

Our guest blogger cooks kokoda


My friend Kaaron is moving to Fiji and is documenting her adventure in a blog. Today she shared a Fijian dish that she learned how to make from her language teacher. This fish is first 'cooked' by soaking in lemon juice and salt, then you add red and green capsicum, spring onions, grated carrots, and coconut milk. The result tastes exceptionally fresh and clean. I can't wait to visit her and try more Fijian food!

2 comments:

nato said...

Is this a warm or cold dish? I wasn't sure if you heated it or not. I want to try it. Sounds yummy!

Anonymous said...

It's really delish. I had some more for lunch today. You eat it cold; our language teacher said it's perfect for the hot days in Suva.

The other dish we cooked you eat hot and that was fantastic, too.
Kaaron