Chutney · Condiment · Mauritian food

A crowd pleaser condiment – Mauritian Coriander Chutney / Satini Cotomili

An all rounder! A condiment that will make Cilantro to be among your favourite kitchen ingredients really. I absolutely love the diversity and great flavours that Cilantro brings out in a dish. From chutney to a marinade to garnishing, its uses is very broad. A herb truly gorgeous on its own with a vibrant green… Continue reading A crowd pleaser condiment – Mauritian Coriander Chutney / Satini Cotomili

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fritters · Mauritian food

The little things to life – Bread Pakoras / Mauritian Dipain Frire

My little guilty pleasures! The sight of Ma already there and awaiting me are definitely among the truly precious memories I hold back then. Her coming to see me after school with her ‘’Tante Raffia’’ would literally lift my face with sheer glow because I knew she brought my favourite ‘’little guilty pleasures’’ to indulge… Continue reading The little things to life – Bread Pakoras / Mauritian Dipain Frire

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Chutney · Mauritian food

A trip down memory lane – Dried Shrimps Chutney / Mauritian Satini Chevrette

‘Dadi I want more!’ These were the words I would constantly mumble to my GrandMa back then. Satini Chevrette – Dried Shrimps Chutney, is the ultimate signature dish of my late GrandMa. Sadly these were among the only few memories left of her that I had the chance really to be part of. I lost… Continue reading A trip down memory lane – Dried Shrimps Chutney / Mauritian Satini Chevrette

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chicken · Curry · Mauritian food

The Taste of Home – Mauritian Chicken Curry / Cari Poule Masala

Who doesn’t love the fragrant aromas of Masala spice? My love for spices are getting stronger and stronger day by day. I am definitely very fond of a good Curry and what is more delightful than a traditional Mauritian Chicken Curry. I remember how back during the days especially during New Year times, we would be… Continue reading The Taste of Home – Mauritian Chicken Curry / Cari Poule Masala

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Mauritian food · vegan · vegetarian

The Great story behind a Perfect Mauritian Rougaille (Spicy Creole Sauce)

Mangiare! Mangiare! ( Eat! Eat! ) Those were the words that my Mama would always be screaming to me back during my childhood days. I still recall how I used to hate eating tomatoes back then may it be when Mama makes piquant salsa, or just plain red sauce. Now there is no greater fan… Continue reading The Great story behind a Perfect Mauritian Rougaille (Spicy Creole Sauce)

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