Browsing tag: Mauritian recipes

how-to make homemade noodles, sweet potato noodles recipe

How-to Make Homemade Noodles [Mauritian Chinese/Ramen Noodles + Eggless + Vegan Recipe]


Easy process on how to make homemade noodles from scratch. Homemade ramen noodles. These alkaline noodles are similar to the Mauritian yellow wheat flour Chinese noodles. Suitable to use as ramen noodles for soup, boiled with various toppings or in stir fried noodle dishes. With strong Chinese influences in the Mauritian cuisine come an amalgam of

Mauritian Vegan Briyani with Okra and Soya Chunks (Textured Vegetable Protein)

Mauritian Biryani (Vegan) with Okra and Soya Chunks (Textured Vegetable Protein) Recipe


Vegetable Biryani with Okra and Soya Chunks [Textured Vegetable Protein]. The Mauritian briyani is a little different from the Indian version in terms of spices and the addition of fried potatoes and onions. Biryani, in Mauritius, is quite fittingly synonymous with celebration. Traditionally this dish is served at many special occasions and gatherings — weddings,

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

red kidney beans and mushrooms rougaille, Mauritian rougaille recipe

Red Kidney Beans and Mushrooms Rougaille — Creole-Style Tomato-Based Dish | Vegan/Vegetarian Recipe


For its versatility and simplicity, the Mauritian rougaille is a much treasured dish and regular favourite at the Lovlie Cocoon. Previously featured here in a tofu and mushrooms version, this Creole-style tomato-based dish is proof enough, if you ask me, that makes the best use of modest ingredients to create the most delightful dance of

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