Browsing tag: Mauritian cuisine

savoury crepe recipe, crepes salées, how to make successful crepes vegan

Savoury Crepe Recipe – Crêpes salées | Eggless + Dairy-free


Savoury crepe recipe, made with aquafaba for an unctuous bite appeal. A touch of finely chopped scallions is quintessential to these delectable Mauritian crepes. Eggless crepes to be enjoyed with a smear of coriander (cilantro) chutney for an ultimate Mauritian experience. Cobbled together into the most unique fusion, ingredients from different cuisines weave themselves into

sauteed cababage with potatoes [touffer li chou]

Mauritian-style Sautéed Cabbage with Potatoes [touffer lichou avec pommes de terre]


A simple sauteed cabbage recipe with potatoes cooked Mauritian style. The skillet braised-style cooking lends exceptional flavour to these humble inexpensive vegetables. While my sense of curiosity and culinary adventure is what kindles my enthusiasm for exploring new types of food, more often than not, I am drawn back to the roots at the heart of Mauritian

macaroni fricassee with bean curd tofu skin sticks

Macaroni Fricassee with Dried Bean Curd Skin Sticks (Tofu Skin or Yuba) | Vegan Recipe


A simple yet amazingly delicious Mauritian-style macaroni fricassee with dried bean curd sticks skins (tofu skin or yuba). If you like scrambled tofu, you might just like this one. What I find fascinating about the way people prepare food is the similarities yet distinctions with which every household make their meals, especially the traditional ones. One

Mauritian Roti/Farata and Fillings

Traditional Mauritian Roti (Farata/Paratha) Recipe and Fillings — Part 1/3: Roti / Farata or Paratha (oil-free version)


Embedded in the local food culture, rotis have been puffing on the Mauritian tawas for decades. Served with a few dollops of the typical white bean curry and rougaille sauce, roti or dal puris are the ultimate street comfort food that also happen to be accidentally vegan. As humble as roti and curry may sound,

Easy Jicama (Chinese / Mexican Potato or Yam, patate chinois), Pineapple, Mango Pickle

Spicy and Easy Mauritian-style Jicama, Pineapple and Mango Pickle Recipe


With their wheeled carts ladened with big jars of various pickled fruits and vegetables, the pickle sellers (or ‘marchand confits’ as we would call them) paint one of the most picturesque scenery of the Mauritian streets, bus stations, beaches or school yards. Like most Mauritians, kids and adults alike, I have an unwavering fondness for

Veggie Burger with Brown Chickpeas and Eggplant/Aubergine.

My Best Veggie Burger (does not fall apart) with Brown Chickpeas & Eggplant | Nut-free + Soy-free + Gluten-free


Through all the trials and tribulations of attempting to come up with the best veggie burger recipe possible, or better still — the perfect one, that will leave even an omnivore coming back for more, I finally devised something that is now going to be my go-to recipe. It is probably less of a challenge

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