Traditional Seychellois cuisine is a blend of flavours influenced by African, Chinese, English, French Creole and Indian cuisine with dishes
The Seychelles are known for Creole cooking, their array of spices, and exquisite tropical fruits.
The Bubby initiative, part of the year-long Cocktail Quarterly campaign, launches November 1 at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts around the world, and properties are offering their favourite versions of carbonated cocktails.
Creole Octopus Salad, Four Seasons Resort Seychelles SERVES 2 Ingredients: 200g Boiled Octopus 30g Capsicums 30g Fresh Tomato 30g Onion
Banana Fritters, Four Seasons Resort Seychelles SERVES 2 Ingredients: 150gm Flour 2 Eggs 50 gm Sugar 4 Nos Ripe Banana
Creole Fish Curry served with Creole Rice, Four Seasons Resort Seychelles SERVES 2 Ingredients for the Fish Curry: 200g Fish
Tropical Sundae Dream, Four Seasons Resort Seychelles SERVES 12 Ingredients for Coconut Sorbet: 2 cups (500 ml) sugar, divided 1/3
Creole Mojito, Four Seasons Resort Seychelles SERVES 1 Ingredients: 1 handful, fresh mint leaves 1/8 cup (30 ml) passion fruit