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6 Best Mauritian Cookbooks: The Best Collection Of Traditional & Contemporary Mauritian Cooking Recipes For Beginners

If you are a lover of world cuisine experience, then definitely Mauritian cuisine you should not ignore. Mauritian cuisine is a combination of French, Malagasy, English, Indian, African, Tamil, Telegu, Muslim, and Chinese cuisine that will bring a whole new range of flavors and flavors to your table. The Mauritian cuisine is unique because it evokes a subtle and perfect blend of its constituent cultural mixture. 6 Mauritian cookbooks that satisfy your taste buds will be introduced in this post. Hopefully, you will choose a suitable cookbook to start trying these Mauritian dishes in your home kitchen.

The Best of Mauritian Cuisine: History of Mauritian Cuisine and Recipes from Mauritius

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“Very valuable contribution to Mauritian Cuisine. Recipes very easy to follow. Very tasty meals.” – Annabelle de Baize: Winner of” ‘Best in the World” awards from the World Gourmand Cookbook Award.

“The Best of Mauritian Cuisine: History of Mauritian Cuisine and Recipes from Mauritius” is not the ordinary recipe book. This cookbook is a long-held dream of Madeleine and Clancy with the desire to share their passion for Mauritian Cuisine worldwide.

This book will share with you the rich culinary history of Mauritian Cuisine. Throughout the book, an ingredient predominates is the mainstay of not only the recipes but is the essence of the people’s life itself.

An exceptional collection of recipes gathered by Clancy and presented in an easy-to-follow format, so that the whole world can try.

About the author: This book is co-authored by Madeleine V Philippe and Clancy J Philippe. Unfortunately, Madeleine V Philippe has passed away.

In the Mauritian Community Portal website for the Mauritian Community in Australia, the reader can easily access the very best of Mauritian Cuisine in print that Clancy and Madeleine always want to make available in it.

Dreaming of Mums Mauritian Cooking

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“The recipes were accurate and easy to follow. I was able to put together some tasty dishes. I would recommend this book to anyone who’s after inspiration.” – Christine

To Kerry Mirbel, her mother is the closest to her, so it is not easy for her when her mother lives overseas. Because she can only be contacted with her mom from time to time via the phone, she remembers being hugged by her mother for hours to comfort, reassure, and make her some Scottish food. Scottish food is Kerry Mirbel’s comfort because her mother loves to cook, and it always helps her uplift. For this reason, whilst having some time off at work, Kerry Mirbel decided to make a Scottish recipe book.

In this “Dreaming of Mums Mauritian Cooking” book, you will find great recipes that can be prepared for your family members or yourself. These home-made recipes are easy to make and contain many of the daughter’s love for her mother.

About the author: After experiencing many difficulties in life with nostalgia for her beloved mother due to living away from home, Kerry Mirbel wrote this book. Although she has not written and published many cookbooks, this book has made her very popular with positive reviews.

Very Easy And Simple Mauritian Recipes

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“Interesting foods and recipes.” – Judith Stephens

Containing in this book is a list of mouth-watering but very simple recipes, being very popular in Mauritius. Assures you that you will love to learn and relish on some delicious and easy recipes from Mauritian cuisine that offer so many varieties and tastes that you will not stop licking your fingers.

About the author: Shweta Mun is the author of this book and has extensive experience in processing and displaying easy and simple Mauritian recipes. This is the only book, so it contains the essence of Shweta Mun’s culinary art.

The Best of Mauritian Cooking

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“Splendid book” – Amazon customer

Readers will find recipes about Mauritian gastronomy through the book “The Best of Mauritian Cooking.” Mauritian cuisine represents a subtle and flavorsome blend of its constituent cultural mix, boosted with a rich culinary heritage. These unique recipes combining French, African, Malagasy, English, Indian, Tamil, Telegu, Muslim, and Chinese cuisine will give your table a whole new spectrum of tastes and flavors. They will titillate your taste buds like no other cuisine.

About the author: To get this 165-page cookbook that crystallizing the best Mauritian recipes, it is the result of the cooperation and contribution of 3 authors: Barry Andrews, Paul Jones, and Gerald Gay. They are all experts with extensive knowledge of cuisine, especially about Mauritian gastronomy.

The British Mauritian: A fusion of Mauritian, British and other flavors from around the world

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“This book is a high-quality exploration of incredible cuisine.” – Amazon Customer

During the period of being in lockdown by Covid-19, Venesa Coodien had the opportunity to start cooking a lot more and experiment with all the great meals her mom had done over the years. All friends and family love her food; that was why she made a decision to share her love and passion for cuisine with the rest of the world. The book “The British Mauritian: A fusion of Mauritian, British and other flavors from around the world” was published and released during the Covid-19 lockdown 2020.

This is a recipe book with a fusion of Mauritius, British and other flavors from around the world. Venesa Coodien brings you simple, cost-effective, and easy to make recipes from Mauritius and a few dishes from her travels.

About the author: Venesa Coodien is also one of many authors who own few cookbooks. “The British Mauritian: A fusion of Mauritian, British and other flavors from around the world” is her first cookbook that contains the author’s culinary essence.

Facebook Foodie: Recipes of the Liked and Shared

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“The book is full of amazing recipes covering different types of meals” – Maria

“Facebook Foodie: Recipes of the Liked and Shared” is a cookbook collected and compiled a collection of recipes that thanks to social media have circumnavigated throughout Facebook’s virtual world. People took photos of “Like” and “Share” foods and then ask on Monique’s Facebook page where the recipes can be found. During three years of cooking, eating, taking pictures, liking, and sharing, this has made it a fascinating culinary journey for her to launch this book to readers.

About the Author: In May 2011, Monique followed her dream and enrolled at the Ballymaloe Cookery School in Ireland. Moreover, Monique has been following the Paleo/Low Carb high-fat lifestyle since she returned from Ballymaloe. Also, Monique has given demonstrations with Sports Medicine specialist, Dr. Glen Hagemann, about Low Carb High-Fat food in Durban.

Monique launched her first cookbook titled: “Facebook Foodie: Secrets of People Who Like and Share” at Burnedale Café, north of Durban, then in Black River, Mauritius.

We hope you like this post and finally find out your favorite Mauritian cookbooks. Meanwhile, we welcome you to explore our site and discover more cookbook recommendations from the same cuisine below.

Doris Frasier

Hi. I'm Doris! I am a foodie that has traveled to 78 countries and loves trying cuisines from different countries. I try anything related to food and share my opinions on this blog. Send me a message with any requests!
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