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"Burnt mouth." A dish which is thought to have originated in Trinidad consisting of salt fish mixed with chillis and red and green peppers bound with lime juice and left to stand for several days. It is then rolled into patties and served hot, often on the street, or as an appetiser. In Bequai it may include tomatoes and is served with breadfruit roasted on a fire but elsewhere it may be served with savoury crackers.