How To Make Conch Salad

February 09, 2020

How To Make Conch Salad

 Conch salad is one of the most delicious and refreshing dishes you can make. Seafood is a staple in the Bahamas. Conch, a large tropical mollusk (sea snail) with firm, white flesh, is the national dish of the Bahamas. Conch can be prepared in a number of ways: served raw with lime juice, raw vegetables and even fruit called conch salad. 

We met up with Four C's catering out of Fort Lauderdale, FL who are famous for their conch salad. This family creates amazing fresh dishes and their conch salad is a crowd favorite. They make each order fresh from the conch to the fresh cut pineapple.

Our HOOK 360° cutting board with dock cleats was built by Wooden Tuna. This nautical inspired cutting board in mahogany and white Ashe Hardwood stripes.  Stainless steel boat cleats and rubber feet. Fully oiled in food grade mineral oil and bees wax. If you would like a cutting board give him a call.

Conch Salad Recipe:
Fresh Conch
Onion
Tomato
Green Pepper
Pineapple
Mango
Salt
Fresh Lime Juice
Fresh Orange Juice
*for some spice add a bit of scotch bonnet sauce*






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