The cuisine of the Canary Islands combines traditional Spanish recipes with African and Latin American influences, resulting in an incedible variety of foods. A very simple and well-known recipe is Papas Arrugadas, potatoes boilt in salt-water without peeling them and served with Mojo, a hot sauce of oil, garlic, chili-peppers and paprika. Mojo is the most famous of many Canary sauces. If you like fish, you will feel like you're in paradise on these islands. Among the most typical regional recipes are Caldereta and Sancocho Canario, salted fish in a Mojo sauce. Exotic fruits are the base of several excellent desserts and sweets. Platanos Fritos, fried bananas, are a desert in great demand.