Local Fresh Fish – Fried Full or filet in a mojo Isleño Sauce

Puerto Rico

Small fishing villages and family-run fishing businesses are still abundant in Puerto Rico, so it’s a perfect place to visit if you want fresh seafood. Restaurants all over the island, from small roadside stands to large gourmet restaurants, offer dishes such as red snapper, shrimp, octopus, dorado (mahi mahi) and chapín. “Mojo isleño” is a popular way to prepare fish in Puerto Rico. It’s name can be translated as “islander sauce,” and its components are olives, peppers, garlic and bay leaves, Sometimes is also called “mojito isleño”.

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