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

chinese food · fish · Mauritian food

Sweet And Sour Fish – Mauritian Poisson Aigre – Doux

  Love Chinese take outs? I love them too especially their sweet and sour.There is something else about Chinese cuisines.I don't think there will be enough words to describe how amazing this cuisine is.It is bound by so many cultures and flavours of so many many years of traditions. Aah and their noodles namely Udon,Ramen,Soba… Continue reading Sweet And Sour Fish – Mauritian Poisson Aigre – Doux

fritters · Mauritian food · vegetarian

Winter Warmers Pakoras – Mauritian Gato Lissou

Are you Pakoras about Pakoras? Who doesn't love crunchy,cripsy and delicious pipping hot Pakoras? I find them truly addictive really and paired with a frothy cardamom Chai, it's heavenly. Heavenly in the sense that I don't want the day to end really.Mauritian Street Food draws out a lot of attention as to why is it… Continue reading Winter Warmers Pakoras – Mauritian Gato Lissou

Curry · Mauritian food · vegan

Fondant Mauritian Breadfruit Curry – Cari Fruit à Pain

Grab your plates, it's Curry time! Fondant, rich and almost melting in the mouth luscious kind of Curry! Probably many haven't heard of breadfruit before.However I can guarantee you that you will fall in love with just one mouthful because of their rich,creaminess and somewhat sweet taste. This Curry is probably among one of the… Continue reading Fondant Mauritian Breadfruit Curry – Cari Fruit à Pain

Curry · Main course · Mauritian food

Simple Tomato Egg Curry – Mauritian Rougaille Dizef

The good old times! You just can't forget the good old times when it comes to such simple home comfort meals. Slow cooked in its own juice , releasing the most amazing aromas while developing a profound curry taste! Oh, I am great fan of rustic and traditional meals really. And this one reminds me particularly of… Continue reading Simple Tomato Egg Curry – Mauritian Rougaille Dizef