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A Mauritian Classic: The Di-pain, Di-ber and Gato Pima Sandwich

There is no denying it: Mauritians love their gato pima (gâteaux piments or chili cakes)! So it’s not surprising that they have numerous creative ways to enjoy their favourite treat! Here is a simple, although not necessarily healthy recipe. In Mauritius we’re lucky that we can buy fresh and hot gateaux piments from the street merchants but here […]

What is Rougaille?

Rougaille or rougail is one of the classic Mauritian dishes that everyone on the island loves. It is essentially a tomato-based dish, with incredibly rich flavours thanks to the combination of spices used. Since this recipe is passed down from generation to generation, there are quite a few variations of spice combinations: onions, garlic, ginger, […]