Lambi, conch in English, are seashell mollusks, also known as sea snails that are popular in our Haitian cuisine. There are not too many other places in the world where conch is farmed and reproduced for food consumption purposes. That is why lambi is a real delicacy.
Local Haitians typically catch their own conch and prepare it in a stewed meal that very day. Other tasty ingredients in the stew include fresh herbs, cloves, garlic, peppers, and onion.
Most Haitians will prepare this meal for lunch and dinner. It can be served with rice and fried plantains.