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Gateau Manioc (Manioc Fritters) Recipe
Gateau Manioc (Manioc Fritters) Recipe
Halim Recipe (Haleem)
Halim, also known as Haleem, is a meat and lentil stew/soup that is popular in the Middle East and India. Halim is a warming street cuisine in Mauritius, served as a thick soup.
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12 Most Popular Types of Pizzas Anyone Can't Resist
Pizza is the go-to for almost everyone, whether you favor a greasy by-the-slice cheese pizza or a luscious fig and prosciutto flatbread.
15 Best Indian Restaurants in Mauritius That Have WOW Food
Aside from Grand Baie and Port Louis, Mauritius has become a destination for people looking for spicy and aromatic food, such as aloo gobi, butter chicken, fish curry, palak paneer, or papadums. We can't wait to dine on the best Indian food Mauritius has...
15 Yummiest Indian Appetizers You'll make on repeat
At your next gathering, serve these Indian snacks for starters with a punch. To get guests eager for the main course, I like to provide bold, spicy, and flavorful appetizers. Indian canapés are ideal for this.
Chicken Tikka Masala
Chicken Tikka Masala is one of the most popular Indian dishes in Mauritius, along with Butter Chicken and Tandoori Chicken. This should be served over Basmati rice, or with chewy and fluffy Naan or basic Homemade Flatbreads to mop up the sauce!
Veg Club Sandwich Recipe
This delectable vegetarian Club sandwich has a twist that sets it apart from regular club sandwiches! It features three layers of fresh, delectable fillings and takes around 25 minutes to prepare. Serve this delectable vegetarian club sandwich with tomato...
Top 15 Indian Sweets and Mouth-Watering Desserts
We all have a strong preference for various Indian sweets. Sweets are the most vital aspect of any celebration, from auspicious occasions to festivals. Any celebration, such as a wedding or a birthday party, would be incomplete without scrumptious dessert...
25 Best Burgers in Mauritius that you should try
The burger is a food that is appreciated all around the world. Of course, it is not good at all to eat this on a daily basis but surely it can be appreciated once a while at a party or in front of your favorite show on Netflix.
I can't think of anything more soothing than a steaming bowl of "Tarka Dhal." Dhal is a basic cuisine that is served in almost every Indian home - a true classic. Creamy, spicy, and aromatic, with golden toasted spice flavors.
How to make the easiest Tiramisu in 15 Min
Here's a step-by-step guide to making tiramisu. This classic tiramisu recipe, made with egg yolks, sugar, rum, mascarpone, and whipped cream, then layered with coffee-dipped ladyfingers, is a great make-ahead dessert for holiday gatherings or special occa...
Okra Salad Recipe (Salad Lalo)
Okra (Lalo) is a highly nutritious vegetable with numerous beneficial health features, including a positive influence on blood sugar regulation and digestion, making it beneficial to both the gut and kidney in terms of digestion. Okra is also beneficial t...
15 Best Mauritian Food Recipes That Are Just Too Yummy To Avoid
If you want to learn about Mauritius' culture, you should immerse yourself in its gastronomy. Mauritian cuisine is one of the world's most unique flavor fusions, incorporating Indian, French, Chinese, and African influences.
Finger licking good Fish Biryani
You're in for a surprise if you think Biryani can only be made with chicken or mutton. You can prepare delectable Fish Biryani in half the time! Because fish cooks quickly, this biryani comes together quickly.
Tomato Salad (Chatini)
I don't think "Chatini" Pomme d'Amour (Tomato Salad) needs an introduction; it's been a popular accompaniment to Mauritian cuisine for a long time. It goes with almost every Mauritian dish. Some prefer it mild, while others prefer it spicy with lots of fr...