The Dep is happy to welcome back Vanesha Khadaroo to share some more of her favourite delicious street food snacks from the island of Mauritius.
A light, flavourful broth made with kingfish, spices and the unique flavour of Brede Mouroum, the leaves of the Moringa Oleifera, also known as “The Miracle Tree” for its remarkable nutritional properties.
Mango and “Chinese Potato” salad
This refreshing Mauritian-style salad combines sweet mango with “Chinese potato”, a tuber indigenous to Africa, seasoned with fresh red chili pepper, lime juice, garlic and lots of fresh mint.
A savoury Mauritian beignet made with besan (chickpea) flour mixed with finely chopped vegetables, green onions and spices, fried until golden and crispy. Served with a selection of different homemade sauces: lemony Sauce Illoise, spicy coriander chutney and sweet sagoo (tapioca).
Classic Mauritian sandwiches of fresh French bread stuffed with flavourful fillings
Chicken -or- Green Banana Vindaye – with mustard seeds, turmeric, onions chilies & spices
– or –
Salade Ourite – tangy octopus salad
COMBO: 1/2 Badia + 1/2 baguette
– or – 1/2 Vindaye + 1/2 Ourite
A rich, sweet tropical milkshake with vanilla, basil seeds, agar jelly and condensed milk
PRIX FIXE MENU:
Soup + Salad
Badia -or- Baguette -or- 1/2 and 1/2
(prices include tax)
#vegan and #GF options