Fried bake, also known as float is a deep-fried flatbread popular in the Caribbean, particularly in the English speaking West Indies.

It’s typically used to make sandwiches for breakfast and lunch with fillings as simple as butter, cheese or sausages.

In Trinbagonian street food culture, it’s well known for enjoyable fare like Bake and Shark or Bake and Saltfish.

Foodie Nation’s Kezziane and Jason Peru explain how to get perfectly fluffy yet crisp fried bakes;