Menu: Nauru

See the look on our faces? Yep. This week’s menu for Nauru reflects fun, easy breezy island fare – all you need is one bite to feel the joy. The only thing we’re missing is the ocean breeze. I can’t decide if the best part is making fries on a grill, the simplicity of fresh pan-fried fish, or drinking iced coffee out of plastic bottles. What!? What.

Seriously. Stay tuned for more explanation on that.

What sounds good to you?

Grilled Island Fries [Recipe]
This week the Nauruan love of all things grilled inspires me to toss French fries on the grill. It’s a little crazy and a lot delicious. Especially once you learn the secret to doing it right every single time.

Coconut Crusted Fish [Recipe]
A super simple way to cook fish, dipped in egg, then coated with a mixture of shredded coconut and breadcrumbs. The finishing touch? A hearty squeeze of fresh lime juice.

“Recycled” Iced Coffee [Recipe]
Come with me on an iced coffee journey which begins with a smooth pitcher of cold brewed grounds and ends with a plastic bottle filled with iced coffee. Totally Nauru-style.

*All recipes and the meal review will be posted throughout the week.

P.S.  Last night I was up late, eating Afghanistan with a friend who has just set out on her Global Table Adventure. ♥ Where are YOU on your Adventure? Have you begun eating the world? Are you having fun yet? What’s stopping you?! (P.S. I put up this photo of her dinner on our Facebook Fan Page, feel free to do the same…. I love seeing photos and hearing stories about your meals)

2 Comments

  1. Samantha says

    I’m really interested in the coconut crusted fish, since coconut is one of my most favourite things. The fish would go nicely with the grilled chips~~ hmm, were you hinting at Nauru island fish n’ chips? :D

    I have to say, that is an adorable photo of you and Ava! You two look like you’re having lots of fun! Please keep the pictures rolling – I love your worldwide and homely recipes :)

    • Sasha Martin says

      Yes, I suppose this is Fish n’Chips for Nauru… cool :) We actually ate Pacific Rockfish for the fish and it was lovely. So glad you’re enjoying the Adventure! Happy stovetop travels! :)

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