Rougaille with Red Kidney Beans and Mushrooms – Mauritian Creole dish (vegan/vegetarian recipe)


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  1. ✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Rougaille – Vegan : The Mauritian rougaille is a much treasured dish in Mauritius. It is a Creole-style tomato-base sauce to which other vegetables, beans or legumes can be added. In this recipe, I have added red kidney beans and mushrooms to the base rougaille sauce. I also have a tofu and mushrooms version on my blog. ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶

    As simple as this dish is to make, its uniqueness and complex flavours come from the combination of the fresh French herbs like thyme and parsley and Indian notes from the coriander and curry leaves. Added to that, a bold layer of heat from the chili, for as much as you can tolerate, used alongside the base components of a tomato sauce – onions, garlic and ginger. I have used curry leaves and coriander (cilantro) in this version but variations of this recipe would swap the coriander for parsley. You may omit the curry leaves if you don’t have them but they really do add another depth of flavour to this dish.


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  2. I fancied mushroom and kidney beans tonight and when i googled your video came up and I went to shop got kidney beans and made it with seasonings of chilli, turmeric, coriander, rosemary. It was delicious and very filling. I had it with broccoli. Thanks for video

  3. You are such a good cook and have some amazingly inspirational recipes,thankyou so much for sharing these.I'm definitely a subscriber from now on.I'll let you know how the recipes go.

  4. Hi, can you give me the name of the song that plays in the beginning of your video? I actually like the guitar part the most so if you know any music like it, i would very much apprieciate to hear it too. thx

  5. thakyou! I too absolutely love Mauritian food, as far as I am concerned, nothing compares, I wish there were restaurants around, I have to 'make do' with Indian, which is very nice but nothing like Mauritian food 😉

  6. This looks delicious and easy to do. I was watching this video with my daughter as we are trying to make more vegan meals and was very surprise to see that you will be working on a jicama recipe .

  7. This is not a recipe, but I would love to know more about your culture. Mine is Chilean.
    For instance, I love it when you say "… and this dish we usually have it at certain time of year/day…". I would love if you could tell us more about it.
    I adore your channel! One of my favourite cooking channels. Cheers!

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