Fish Fry - Food In The Bahamas: It’s Daiquiri, Conch Time! - Albany Kid Family Travel
A tropical drink is almost a requirement on a Caribbean vacation. In the Bahamas, this has inspired a plethora of exotic concoctions with fanciful monikers: Bahama Mama, Love Boat, Goombay Smash, and Seeing Double are just a few. Even the underage crowd enjoys the non-alcoholic [...]
Combine conch with the next 8 ingredients. Add beer and mix well. Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours. In a large sauce pan or deep fryer, fill 1/3 full with oil and heat to 350 degrees. Once oil is at temperature, using a large spoon add heaping spoon fulls of the batter to the oil […]
Conch Chowder Recipe: A Perfect Blend of Cultures! - Florida Keys Guide
This Conch Chowder Recipe is one of the best conch recipes we've tried. An excellent chowder with plenty of spice! Goes great as a side or as the main dish!
Spicy Conch Chowder
I love conch shells, and have only tried conch meat in a chowder before. When I was browsing through the seafood section recently, I ran into a friend who was buying conch meat. So, I bought some too. Haven't cooked conch meat til now, but wanted to try this recipe that I came across from a popular seafood chain restaurant called Jax Fish House. Conchs are harvested from the waters of the Caribbean and Flordia, and in season now during summer. Most conch meat are sold cleaned and trimmed…
Belgian Beer Conch Chowder - Beer Girl Cooks
Belgian Beer Conch Chowder is an easy soup with fresh conch and vegetables, a floral Belgian beer, heavy cream, and slowly simmered to a creamy perfection.
Conch Chowder Recipe - Food.com
I used to make this chowder when I lived in Florida where it was easy to get conch, however large clams (shelled) will also work. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (January 1983)
Real Bahamian Conch Chowder Recipe | Yummly
Real Bahamian Conch Chowder With Conch, Lime Juice, Bacon, Onions, Garlic Cloves, Celery, Chicken Broth, Clam Juice, Bay Leaves, Sauce, Sauce, Sherry, New Potatoes, Chopped Tomatoes, Paprika, Chopped Parsley, Oregano, Basil, Thyme, Turmeric