Mauritian food · Soup

Ki pou cuit? Mauritian Flour Dumplings in Lentil Soup – Dal Pitta

The everyday question from my kitchen! Does it sound familiar to you as well? Ki pou cuit? The ode to every kitchen that drives Mums out there crazy. To be honest even I face this struggle from time to time. What to put on the table that will spare me the Mmmm, Ermmm and Nayyy.… Continue reading Ki pou cuit? Mauritian Flour Dumplings in Lentil Soup – Dal Pitta

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

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)

Curry · Mauritian food · vegetarian

Sweet GrandMa Fondant Cauliflower Potato Curry – Mauritian Chou-Fleur Pomme de Terre Masala

  Need new recipes for Meat Free Mondays? Meat Free Mondays campaign was launched by the famous Singer-Song writer Paul McCartney in 2009. It is a non-profit campaign aimed to raise awareness for the detrimental environmental impact of eating meat and also to encourage more people to go meat free for a change so as… Continue reading Sweet GrandMa Fondant Cauliflower Potato Curry – Mauritian Chou-Fleur Pomme de Terre Masala

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