Dry Salted Fish | $25.99

Makayabu

In the D.R. Congo, the dry salted fish called “Makayabu” has been part of the cuisine for centuries. The same salted fish is also eaten in the Caribbean and in South America where it is called bacalao, bacalhau, or baccalà.

To prepare the “Makayabu” for cooking, our chefs rehydrate it and most of the salt is removed through a process of soaking it in water overnight. Next, it’s fried in vegetable oil and mixed with an onion green pepper sauce.

Dry Salted Fish | $25.99
Dry Salted Fish | $25.99

Dry Salted Fish | $25.99

Makayabu

In the D.R. Congo, the dry salted fish called “Makayabu” has been part of the cuisine for centuries. The same salted fish is also eaten in the Caribbean and in South America where it is called bacalao, bacalhau, or baccalà.

To prepare the “Makayabu” for cooking, our chefs rehydrate it and most of the salt is removed through a process of soaking it in water overnight. Next, it’s fried in vegetable oil and mixed with an onion green pepper sauce.

Dry Salted Fish | $25.99
Dry Salted Fish | $25.99

"Reusuable or Recyclable"

Both the container and lid are recyclable and simple to clean, making them easy to reuse or dispose of once your guests have finished their meal. Use this versatile Choice container and lid to package your signature to-go items and ensure mess-free transportation.

"Reusuable or Recyclable"

Both the container and lid are recyclable and simple to clean, making them easy to reuse or dispose of once your guests have finished their meal. Use this versatile Choice container and lid to package your signature to-go items and ensure mess-free transportation.

Dry Salted Fish | $25.99

Makayabu
Dry Salted Fish | $25.99
Dry Salted Fish | $25.99

In the D.R. Congo, the dry salted fish called “Makayabu” has been part of the cuisine for centuries. The same salted fish is also eaten in the Caribbean and in South America where it is called bacalao, bacalhau, or baccalà.

To prepare the “Makayabu” for cooking, our chefs rehydrate it and most of the salt is removed through a process of soaking it in water overnight. Next, it’s fried in vegetable oil and mixed with an onion green pepper sauce.

"Reusuable or Recyclable"

Both the container and lid are recyclable and simple to clean, making them easy to reuse or dispose of once your guests have finished their meal. Use this versatile Choice container and lid to package your signature to-go items and ensure mess-free transportation.