Feseekh is a hit or miss with even the Egyptian people!
It is fermented mullet fish, prepared by letting the fish dry in the sun and then soaked in salty water for up to a month.
It’s famously eaten in the Spring celebration known as Sham El Nessim. Feseekh is the main dish, eaten and served with fresh cut salad and pita bread.
If you are brave enough to try it, maybe you will like it. One thing is for sure – this dish will take you back to the history of Egyptian food.