>> Wednesday, 19 October 2016
As a lover of seafood, especially fish, I have enjoyed eating fish roe (fish eggs) when cooked in a curry. However, one day, on a trip to one of the fish markets in Barbados, I spotted packets of fresh, cleaned fish roe at several stalls and enquired about them. I was told that they are the fish roe of one of Barbados' most popular and well-loved fish - mahi mahi. Armed with advice and information from the fish vendor, I brought a packet and set about frying up some mahi mahi fish roe. Though not caviar, these fish roe are packed with nutrients and delicious when seasoned and fried tender.