Another family favourite. It takes a while to skin the wings and shape them. However it is always a pleasure seeing my little boy holding the lollipop and eating them. All the effort always pays out.
This one of our family favourite. My version is a milder version of the originally Asian style lamb chop masala.
I thought I will post my little boy favourite. It is also one of the Mauritius nation favourite dishes. You can also add boiled egg or peas in it if you like.
I decided to start a blog to share my cooking experiences. I work full time as a doctor and I have a 3 year old toddler. I try to cook fresh healthy food everyday. I am originally from Mauritius and my husband’s family is originally from Pakistan. My speciality is Mauritian food.
Mauritius is a small island in the Indian Ocean. It is a melting pot of different culture. The cuisine reflects its tropical diversity.
My experience with food started at a very young age. I still have memories of my late grandmother’s cooking. I wish I could go back in time and enjoy those lovely tasty food again.
I used to help my mum in the kitchen while growing up. However, I only started cooking properly when I left home for university. She has been my inspiration and guide when I cook. I still ring her up for recipe at times. I try to create a lot of fusion food at home and adjust the spice level for my little boy. After a long day at work I still find the pleasure of cooking for my family. I hope you will enjoy reading my blog and be part of this culinary journey.