Considered to be an “Asian best-kept secret”, we present to you: fried dace. Originating in the late 1800s in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, this canned fish is tender (even the bones can be eaten) and marinated to perfection. The umami flavors are intense and euphoric with notes of salt and smokiness. Sure, you can try to make this at home or buy a different brand, but Pearl River Bridge is the original and the imitators never taste as good. Most people enjoy this heavenly fish over copious amounts of rice, or straight out of the iconic canary yellow can.