Lamb Haleem

  Time for a change; not sweet, not creamy but this time its savory! ” Ene bon bol haleem! ” This is the only phrase you’ll hear from Mauritians especially on this changing season when you can suddenly feel a cold breeze brushing through your face. Haleem in Mauritius is known to be a street […]

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Double Chocolate Vegan Muffin

Hey followers, I guess its another muffin week here. When we talk of muffin, its always about eggs and milk and it becomes so difficult for vegans, lactose intolerants and fasting people to treat themselves.  This time, its another chocolaty goodness but guess what… a vegan one! Ain’t it amazing of finding a chocolate muffin […]

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Creme Brûlée Tart

Creme Brûlée? Tart? These were the two questions that cropped up when it came to me deciding for what to actually make… Why not a creme brûlée tart then? Can’t doubt your choice when you hear that crack on that caramel, followed by a creamy pudding and a buttery pastry. Such a beautiful marriage of a […]

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Idli is a traditional breakfast in South Indian households and is most of the time consumed with a curry but in our little paradise island, we have another facet of this little delicacy. In Mauritius, Idli has been revisited to a sweet breakfast. How about starting an amazing Sunday with a pipping hot cardamom tea and […]

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Besan Ladoo

Besan ladoo is the most common sweet shared on the day of Raksha Bandhan. Raksha Bandhan is a hindu festival where the relationship of a brother and sister is celebrated. On this very day, the sister prays for the happiness and wellbeing of the brother by tying a sacred thread around his wrist and a […]

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