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MasterChef winner Shelina Permalloo talks to Xanthe Clay about her   Mauritian-inspired cuisine.

MasterChef winner Shelina Permalloo talks to Xanthe Clay about her Mauritian-inspired cuisine.

I always buy a cook book of any country or new town that I have the good fortune to visit – and I bought a coffee table cook book jam packed with beautiful pics, called Flavours & Colours of Mauritius written by the infamous Richard Ekkebus of Royal Palm, Mauritius fame. His French culinary training has resulted in the upliftment of the local cuisine to international status. In his book, Richard celebrates local ingredients and the cultures that make up this multi-racial society.

I always buy a cook book of any country or new town that I have the good fortune to visit – and I bought a coffee table cook book jam packed with beautiful pics, called Flavours & Colours of Mauritius written by the infamous Richard Ekkebus of Royal Palm, Mauritius fame. His French culinary training has resulted in the upliftment of the local cuisine to international status. In his book, Richard celebrates local ingredients and the cultures that make up this multi-racial society.

Fantastic foodie holiday alert.  Learn the art of Mauritian Cuisine in the tres glam setting of the Maradiva Villas.  Last years Masterchef winner is the teacher - looks great.

Fantastic foodie holiday alert. Learn the art of Mauritian Cuisine in the tres glam setting of the Maradiva Villas. Last years Masterchef winner is the teacher - looks great.

Mango, Watermelon & Pineapple with a Spicy Cardamom Tea & Star Anise Dipping Syrup

Mango, Watermelon & Pineapple with a Spicy Cardamom Tea & Star Anise Dipping Syrup

Satini is the Creole word for Chutney. Curries are very popular in Mauritius and the meal wouldn't be complete without one or two chutneys to...

Satini is the Creole word for Chutney. Curries are very popular in Mauritius and the meal wouldn't be complete without one or two chutneys to...

La Daube, named after the French for 'The Sauce'.  A classic flavoursome Mauritian dish.  A guaranteed staple in the restaurant!  Looks delish!

La Daube, named after the French for 'The Sauce'. A classic flavoursome Mauritian dish. A guaranteed staple in the restaurant! Looks delish!

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Mauritian Banana Tart

In Mauritius, the eating habits of the Mauritians, reflect the ethnic diversity of its people as there are various dishes such as:    Creole rougailles  Indian...

In Mauritius, the eating habits of the Mauritians, reflect the ethnic diversity of its people as there are various dishes such as: Creole rougailles Indian...

Curry Masters - Mauritian chicken curry:served with Jasmine or Pilau rice

Curry Masters - Mauritian chicken curry:served with Jasmine or Pilau rice

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