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Their folkloric names leave a sweet taste in our mouth. These Mauritian pastries stood the test of time to the delight of our taste buds. The Puits d’amour This pastry owes its name to Vincent La Chapelle, a famous pastry chef of the 18th century. The creamy tartlet, made of mousseline cream and coconut, became a Mauritian favourite. At first, this dessert was not covered with pastry... Read more