Pol Sambol (Coconut sambol)

Ingredients: Ground chilli – 100g       Salt – according to taste       Lime – half of a lime       Onion – 1       Maldive fish – 20g       Garlic – half of a garlic       Green chillis – 2       Grated…

Devilled cabbage with leeks

Ingredients: Leeks 200g       Cabbage 200g       1 Onion       Several Curry leaves       Ground Chilli 2 table spoons       Salt – according to the choice       Coconut oil – 2 table spoons (Mainly using oil in Sri Lanka)  | FYI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coconut_oil    …

Kottu

Ingredients: Godhamba roti (shreded) – 3 cups       2 carrots – diced       1 Cabbage – diced        2 leeks – sliced       2 onions – sliced       2 eggs       Chopped ginger – 1 table spoon       Chopped garlic – 1…

Carrot curry

Ingredients: 3 peeled sliced carrots       1 cup  of coconut milk or fresh milk: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coconut               1 table spoon of turmeric powder       1 table spoon of chili powder       Several curry leaves       1 sliced Onion       Salt: according…

Dhal curry

Ingredients: Masoor dhal – 1 cup       Several green chillis       Tumeric powder – 1 table spoon       Chilli powder – 1 table spoon       1 cup of coconut milk or fresh milk- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coconut_milk               Onion – 1 sliced onion  …

Lunu miris

Ingredients: Ground chilli – 100g       Salt – according to taste       Lime – half of a lime       Onion – 1       Maldive fish – 20g       Garlic – half of a garlic       Green chillis – 2       A…

Godhamba Roti

Ingredients: self-rising flour 500g coconut oil 2 cups       A pinch of salt       Enough water         Cooking: Make a mixture from flour, salt and water until it becomes a non sticky dough. If it’s a large dough separate it to small balls which are similar to cricket…

Milk Rice with Jaggery

Milk rice AKA “Kiribath” (in Sinhalese) is a traditional Sri Lankan dish made from rice. It’s kind of a rice pudding. Basically it makes with rice and milk. Milk helps to binds rice together at the same time it gives a nice sweetness. “Kiri” means milk and “bath” means rice. This can be made using…