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Find out WHAT THE LOCALS EAT BEFORE YOU TRAVEL See what food is eaten in MAURITIUS such as Tarte à la Banana [Mauritian Recipe]. Find the facts at http://www.allaboutcuisines.com/local-food/mauritius #Travel Mauritius #Mauritius Food #Mauritius Recipes

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Easy Yummy Cookery: Tarte à la Banane [Mauritian Recipe]

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Delicious from Mauritius

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Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken - No need to order take-out anymore - this homemade version is so much healthier and a million times tastier!
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Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken

Baked Sweet and Sour Chicken - No need to order take-out anymore - this homemade version is so much healthier and a million times tastier!

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Mauritian Recipes. Sweet and Sour Salted Fish (Poisson Sale) - #mauritius #recipes @MijoRecipes

Sweet and Sour Salted Fish (Mauritian Recipe)

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Mauritian Pickled vegetables recipe (achard) : worth making and goes with everything. Highly addictive!

Pickled vegetables (achard)

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from Getaway Magazine

25 of the best things to eat and drink in Mauritius

For a tiny island, Mauritius has amazing food, from Chinese dim sum, French gourmet dishes and Indian curries. Here's my pick of the best things to eat and drink on the island - and where to find them.

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Bol Renverse (Upside-down bowl) - is one of the most popular and most loved of Mauritian dishes. It has Chinese origins to some extend, however the presentation of the dish is what gives it the name. It consists of basically a fried egg, normally a chicken chop-suey, and white rice which are put into a bowl in that order, covered with a plate, then flipped around together, the bowl is removed carefully and voila, you have your upside-down bowl. A very clean and interesting presentation.

Bol Renverse (Upside down bowl)

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