Reunion Island’s cuisine makes it to French national television
Published on 22 June 2015
Named “Les P'tits Plats de Babette”, viewers will be able to discover the rich Creole cuisine, using locally-grown organic ingredients and the spices commonly used in such dishes. Her co-chef Emmanuel Maubert equally contributed to make the program worth watching by preparing dishes like the famous “Sausage Rougail” and also making pineapple chutney, spicy samosas, pickled vegetables, and crab curry among other dishes. In between scenes in the kitchen, Reunion Island always features in the background, the markets and the sights of authentic Creole villages, looking today as they looked ages ago. This is the place described by Emmanuel Maubert where “living together really makes sense”.
Such culinary delights are, of course, best discovered through a visit to the island but for now viewers in France can enjoy the series of cooking shows on TV. Bon Appetite!