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    Zallic
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    Lets talk Food

    Post by Zallic on Mon Jan 25, 2010 7:57 pm

    I love to cook new dishes, or figure out how unknown dishes are cooked. Since Ogame is such a diverse game, I am hoping a few of you have some delicious ideas. Now if you don't have the recipe that is cool too. Lets see how many people we an get posting there favorite dinners, lunches, breakfasts, and deserts.

    Personally, My mothers home made chicken noodle soup is my favorite. So who is next?
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    Re: Lets talk Food

    Post by Icarus on Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:48 am

    The thing i like here is chicken curry.
    My granny does the best chicken curry ever
    its very spicy and shall be served very hot also we put special spices into it i don't really know the names of those spices in english but i do know that they come all from india. Normally we serve this food for Dinner its a very rich in vitamines food. It shall be served with :
    1. Hot basmati rice
    2. Tomatoes / lettuce salade
    3. For the oldest they drink it with a whisky
    and also we shall not forget the curry.
    We call this food the golden paradise
    Because when served the color of the curry is like gold and also the chicken is like a piece of paradise when you eat it.
    That's it


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    Re: Lets talk Food

    Post by sudo on Wed Feb 24, 2010 6:53 am

    Is food in Mauritius strongly influenced by Indian cuisine?
    I LOVE Indian food (or at least the version of Indian food we get in England - it's doubtlessly quite different from what you'd get in India).

    My dream meal would include plenty of sag aloo, bhajees, samosas, and as much peshwari naan as I can get my hands on! Razz Very Happy pig

    If you want a taste of true British cuisine, try some black pudding. Try it before reading a recipe though. It's delicious, but if you know what's in it you might be put off from trying it.


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    Re: Lets talk Food

    Post by Icarus on Wed Feb 24, 2010 5:00 pm

    Mauritius is inspired with indian cuisine but not @ 100%

    its about 40%


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