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If you are adventurous with your food then this will be what your looking for, but before I start telling you about my handed down recipes from my family generations let me tell you a bit about my origins.
Mauritius is where I am from, it's a blend of diverse cultures and religions that our immigrant population brought from their ancestral countries. Their festivities are celebrated in a spirit of peace and harmony throughout the year.
All the cultures in Mauritius work together keeping the country at peace, the blends of food have merged into a new type of food, which is Mauritian style of cooking.
Inspired by the Indians, Chinese, Europeans and Creole influences, It is common for a combination of cuisines to form part of the same meal.
Mauritius has had strong ties with French culture throughout its history and was left with a very French "savoir vivre".
Even today, the popularity of French dishes like the bouillon, tuna salad, daube, civet de lièvre or coq au vin served with good wine, clearly indicating the prevalence of French culture in Mauritius.
As years passed by, some have been adapted to the more exotic ingredients of the island to confer some unique flavour.
Now Mauritius has proven to be one of the most popular places on earth to visit, the cuisine side of things has taken off at a Tremendous rate.
We now live in England and have done so for a while, I would often bring friends back to our home to eat with us and they would repeatedly ask; “why does your mum not create a recipe book?”
So that’s why we are here today, we are going to share my Mums’ secret recipes of Mauritian cooking.
If you’re anything like me, or the people I had grown up with, once you have tried our Mauritian recipes you wouldn’t look back, as each recipe is bursting with flavour.
Mauritian food is a fusion of all types of cultures moulded into one style of cooking, so with this recipe book of the families favorites you will taste the Paradise Island on your plate.
Here's the thing!
Mauritian food has been around for many many years but not yet been exposed to the world. Only a few knew about this until Shelina permalloo won master chef uk 2012 and this is what gave us the inspiration to show people the wonderful taste of Mauritius.
So why not give this recipe book “The Taste of Mauritius” a try, you never know, we might just convert you!
So for special price ofJust £9.97 you can have this recipe book in front of you ready to try straight away, normally priced at £17.97 so you are saving £8 if you buy today.
Information about Mauritius and Vegetarian dishes
Mauritian Chicken and Lamb dishes.
Mauritian Seafood and Fish dishes.
Mauritian Chutney and Dessert dishes.
Over 59 minutes of fantastic Mauritian recipes on just 4 compact discs!
So all together this Mauritian Recipe book with over 40 of mama's secret recipes plus 4 Audio Compact disc's is worth £41.85.
So you are saving a cool whopping £31.88 when you purchase this great product, today!
This deal won't be around for long, in fact the first 100 people will get this offer, after that the price will go back to normal at the full £41.85.
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