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The leading supplier... of top quality Mauritian food products.
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Butternut Squash Soup
Warm, creamy, and comforting, butternut squash soup is quintessential to Autumn. Pair with a simple side salad and a slice of French bread for the perfect cool-weather lunch. http://ow.ly/C6hc2
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Ham and Swiss Egg Sandwiches
This delicious handheld breakfast will get you going in the morning and out the door without delay. Warm and cheesy, it will truly start the day off right. http://ow.ly/C3nmO
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Gnocchi is a type of pasta that resembles dumplings, with origins stemming from ancient Rome. Traditionally created in Italian households from a mixture of flour, egg, and sometimes potato, gnocchi can also be purchased fresh from specialty markets or packaged dried, frozen, or refrigerated at the supermarket (and you won’t sacrifice any of the amazing flavour). This browned butter gnocchi with broccoli and nuts is a family-friendly recipe, kids like the chewy gnocchi, sweet broccoli, and crunchy nuts. Plus, if you’re looking to cut costs, chopped almonds or pecans serve as a great substitute for pine nuts. http://ow.ly/BU0qJ
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Chicken Corn Chowder
This soup is an excellent way to transform leftover chicken into something wholly different. Plenty of corn, both whole and pureed with milk, gives this soup a nice sweet-and-savoury flavour. If you've got leftover vegetables, throw them in, too; just about any cooked veggies would make a good addition. http://ow.ly/BL8vg
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Start your busy morning off right with a delicious grab-and-go breakfast bar (or cookie!) with these frozen blueberry breakfast bars. http://ow.ly/BFKYb
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Lo Mein with Tofu
Lo mein, a popular Chinese dish, is often a go-to choice when dining out. But making lo-mein at home not only keeps calories in check, it boosts the flavour and gives you limitless variety. Although lo mein is traditionally made with Chinese egg noodles, here we substitute whole-wheat linguine. Pan-frying the tofu gives it a crisp exterior. http://ow.ly/BD5WS
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Santa Fe Black Beans
Black beans are a staple side to any Mexican dish. Serve these beans warm and tender after 10 hours in the slow cooker. http://ow.ly/BAr0x
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Three-Chile-Dusted Shrimp with Quick Corn Relish
A little sugar might seem out of place in the three-pepper spice rub here, but it caramelizes during cooking to give the shrimp a lovely browned look. The fresh vegetable mix has a nice sweet-sour flavour to balance the spicy shrimp. Load shrimp and veggies into tortillas for great Southwestern shrimp tacos. http://ow.ly/BzmKg
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Pork Tenderloin with Red and Yellow Peppers
Anchovies melt into the pepper mixture, adding a savory, salty quality. If you don't like anchovies, omit them and add 3 tablespoons minced olives. Serve with mashed potatoes. http://ow.ly/BwHvU
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Grilled Chicken Salad
Inspired by the popular curried chicken salad, this recipe calls for an Indian tandoori-style yogurt marinade for the chicken. Then it's grilled, chopped, and stirred together with tangy dressing, which includes store-bought mango chutney. If you prefer more spicy heat, add a bit more ground red pepper or some of our Dodo Chilli sauce. http://ow.ly/BuQgs
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