Drinks · Mauritian food

A Soul Satisfying Drink – Mauritian Rasam / Rasson

A big hug in a drink ? Yes yes you heard it right! A drink that will leave you wrapped in a blanket of warmth with an explosion of flavours tantalizing your senses. A truly soul satisfying drink, that will definitely bring out the inner child of yours. Oozing with aromas and full on flavours… Continue reading A Soul Satisfying Drink – Mauritian Rasam / Rasson

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Curry · Main course · Mauritian food

A Sunday Tradition – Mauritian Fish Curry with Aubergines/ Cari Poisson Masala Brinzel

The Curry that paved its way to the heart of every Mauritian! Bursting with flavours, full of fragrance , delightful and succulent! An explosion of aromas to your taste buds , Mauritian Fish Curry is the Curry to adorn really. Truly worthy of all the adoration and praise for this Curry is the ultimate signature dish that… Continue reading A Sunday Tradition – Mauritian Fish Curry with Aubergines/ Cari Poisson Masala Brinzel

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Mauritian food · street food

A Street Food second to none – Crispy Taro Fritters / Mauritian Gato Violette

“Cram..cram..” Atleast that the sound they make , the sound of pure delight and that of butterflies in the stomach. Crunchy , crispy , savoury tasty and of a total addiction! Just like the title says it all , a Street Food second to none really. Every bite takes you back to the best of… Continue reading A Street Food second to none – Crispy Taro Fritters / Mauritian Gato Violette

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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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