What you'll do
After a welcome that we hope will be warm with a glass of homemade organic tropical juice, it's time for you to put on your apron and get your hands dirty and learn a little more about family Creole cuisine : what do we eat in Mauritius? Why ? What are the origins of this mixed cuisine? How to prepare these typically Mauritian vegetables, like margoze, pipengaille, patole, ...? How to use spices to prepare a good curry? How is the typical Creole meal made up: faratas and other pancakes, pickles, chatini, kutcha, chilli, ...? Let's prepare the meal together in a friendly atmosphere and enjoy together on the traditional banana leaf!
- Passionate cooks
Learn traditional recipes and hear personal stories from local hosts.
- Intimate settings
Share a meal in unique spaces, from private farms to secret rooftops.
- Vetted by Airbnb
Every experience is reviewed for authentic culinary traditions.
I am the founder of Moris Otreman, creator of slow travel experiences in Mauritius for 2 years now. Eager to show my island off the beaten track, each experience aims to meet and share with the Mauritian population and support local initiatives for sustainable tourism. This culinary workshop is participative, we also tell the history of the island through its cuisine and its spices, we cook and have lunch together in a private house. The same goes for our "garden" experiences developed in agro-ecology or permaculture.
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Where you'll be
The workshop takes place in a private house, in the kitchen first, then under the veranda for the meal.
Things to keep in mind
If requested, the host can accommodate the dietary needs listed. You must let the host know before the experience if you’d like your needs to be accommodated.
Tree nut allergy
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.
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Up to 6 guests ages 18 and up can attend. It’s up to each guest to understand the ingredients being used and communicate any allergies or dietary restrictions to the host. Guests should also consider that consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry,…
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Creole Culinary Workshop