chicken · Mauritian food

Ene tiguite Mazik? Mauritian Bol Renverser / Upside Down Bowl

Do you believe in Magic? Don’t you believe that cooking is simply an act of Magic? If you have watched the magnificent series of Chef’s Table, it will be vivid to you that cooking is simply filled with magic. And sometimes some magic can be found just under a bowl. The Mauritian Bol Renverser is… Continue reading Ene tiguite Mazik? Mauritian Bol Renverser / Upside Down Bowl

Dessert · Mauritian food · pudding

Decadent Sweet Cornmeal Vanilla Pudding – Mauritian Pudding Maïz

Who isn't fan already? These sweet little treats will remind you the taste of Home! And that's the beauty of home cooking really because it connects you to the memories and love once shared. Mauritian food is all about family to me. The moments spent, the memories made, the fun among cousins and also the… Continue reading Decadent Sweet Cornmeal Vanilla Pudding – Mauritian Pudding Maïz

Mauritian food · vegan · vegetarian

Traditional Wedding Style Pacherie De Banane – Banane Râper

Who doesn't love the wedding seasons? Even how much we complain about it, I am sure we all love wedding seasons. All because two people fell in love! And love is meant to be celebrated in all its glory really.So this goes without doubt that celebration is equal to a big fat feast! There is… Continue reading Traditional Wedding Style Pacherie De Banane – Banane Râper

Mauritian food · street food

Mauritius Best Street Food – Chana Puri

A street food that will definitely break all your dieting rules! So irresistible really! I simply adore these little balls of fried batter with Chana dal stuffed into them. Also known as Chana Puri, this so popular street food is undeniably the most scrummy and tempting you can find around the island. Very much available everywhere… Continue reading Mauritius Best Street Food – Chana Puri

Appetizers · Mauritian food · snacks

Pipping Hot Bhajjias / Mauritian Baja Champs De Mars

Whose up for a little snacking? Bhajjias,Bhajjis or Baja whichever way you prefer to call them are to me the most addictive street food you will find yourself getting hooked on. Here in Mauritius it is fondly being called as the Baja Les Courses(Races) or Baja Champs De Mars. Street food holds a major place… Continue reading Pipping Hot Bhajjias / Mauritian Baja Champs De Mars