The cuisine of Canary Islands is a blend of Spanish, Latin and African food. Most of the dishes use a lot of fresh vegetables, fruit, fishes, and consist mostly of light meals in order to cope with the slightly warm climate. Meat is generally consumed as steaks or stews. There is a wide variety of recipes available with fish. Caldereta, a meal with tomatoes, goat meat and potatoes and Sancocho Canario, a salted fish dish in mojo sauce is very popular in the region. The Tapas concept is also very famous which refers to a light piece of food that Spaniards have before their meal. Some other dishes to try in the Canaries are plantain bananas, Papas Arrugadas(Potatoes boiled in salted water), Conejo en salmorejo, Miel de Palma(Palm Honey), Arepas (tortas made with corn flour and filled with minced meat and cheese) and Mousse de Gofio( a dessert made with gofio).