This dish is the national Dish of the Bahamas! Bahamas national dish is Cracked Conch, it’s served ’scorched’ (scored) and raw in lime juice or cracked (dipped in cracker crumbs, then fried). Authentic Bahamian cuisine
This delicious crayfish which the locals call the queen of conch is the only type of fish that incorporates special Bajan seasonings.
Bajan seasonings used in the caribbean, is a wet rub of garlic, thyme, onion, marjoram and pepper, it is used on all meats and fish. You can rub this seasoning in dry for frying or add lime juice and oil to make a wet rub.
Cracked Conch is usually prepared and served with optional side dishes such as potatoe salad, cole slaw, macaroni and cheese or fried plantains macaroni & cheese, cole slaw, potato salad and plantains.