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Mauritian Piments Farcis

Ah the taste of these stuffed chilies….

Piments Farcis is usually served as delicious gajacks (appetizers). For this recipe, I have used Turkish chilies that are milder in taste and roomy enough to hold all of this tasty filling. 478 more words


Mauritian Naan from scratch

During the Ramadan period one of the most famous food In my native country the Island of Mauritius is the ultimate mauritian naan. There are so many sellers which came to sell to people from door to door, we always eat a piece of it for Imsak(sehri). 294 more words


Dad reviews Lakaz Maman in Southampton

Dad is a big fan of cookery programs like Masterchef. So, when he heard that 2012 winner Shelina Permalloo had opened a restaurant in Southampton close to ‘future mom’, they headed down there to try the food. 9 more words


Eats: La Pagode, Grand Baie

Dreaming of freshly caught king prawns?

Even if you’re not, you should be, and you can’t go wrong at La Pagode.
Typically Chinese in atmosphere design and cuisine, the restaurant never fails to impress. 117 more words


Mauritian Easy Samoussas

Presenting another dish of the Sundaram Spices series: my version of the Mauritian samoussas.

This is an extremely easy recipe to prepare, especially if you buy ready-made wrappers.   663 more words


Vindaye Poisson

In the coming posts, I will be presenting a series of recipes using Sundaram Spices spice blends. Let me present to you the first dish of the series: Vindaye poisson or Tuna Fish Vindaye. 372 more words


Lakaz Maman - Masterchef Mauritian street food

I’m a great fan of cookery program Masterchef on TV and my greatest disappointment is when I can only see the food on TV and not taste the food, which is sending judges John Torode and Greg Wallace into raptures of ecstasy. 731 more words