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We eat rice for breakfast, lunch and dinner…

Rice and curry is the mostly eaten meal in Sri Lanka. In some villages that´s all they eat. My grand parents used to enjoy very much a breakfast consisting on…

Have you eaten rice? – Bath Kaalada?

In Sri Lanka is so common to eat rice and curry that when we have visitors nocking at the door, we greet them and come up with the question „have…

Rice and curry is the most classic meal in Sri Lanka for lunch and dinner.

In a rice and curry meal, you can see a mountain of rice accompanied by a meat or fish curry with some vegetable curries. Usually with different pickles (Achcharu, Chutney…

In Sri Lanka we eat rice and potato curry in one meal…

And for us locals in Sri Lanka it is quite common to eat rice and potato curry in one meal. May I also suggest to serve it along with a…

The word (themparaduwa)

The word „themparaduwa“ has two very different meanings: One is linked to a thick spicy mixture which is used to enhance the flavour of different curry dishes. The second one…

Sri Lanka is a paradise for vegetarians and vegans

Sri Lanka is a paradise for vegetarians and vegans Sri Lanka is a paradise for vegetarians and vegans. Most of Sri Lankan dishes are vegeterain and vegan friendly. Sri Lanka…

Basmati is a long grain rice

Basmati is a long grain rice, which is aromatic and tends to be fluffier and not sticky.

Devilled Potatoes (ala thel dala)

Devilled Potatoes (ala thel dala) ist ein veganes und vegetarisches Bratkartoffelgericht, das einfach zuzubereiten ist. Dies wird sehr häufig zu besonderen Anlässen verwendet. Aber auch für die täglichen Mahlzeiten.

Malluma

Malluma is a classic among Sri Lankan dishes. Mallum“ means „a mixture“ or „to mix up“. We can cook mallum with just one vegetable or a mixture of different leaves.

Young/green jackfruit curry (polos maluwa)

With its unique taste is young/green jackfruit curry („polos mluwa“) one of the most celebrated dishes in Sri Lankan cuisine. This dish is cooked traditionally in a stove in an…