Sri Lankan 16 Results
- Sri Lankan Fish Kozhambu Curry Suzie NagarajahCook time 45 mins22 Likes
Coming from a beautiful tropical island, fresh sea foods are easily available and the beautiful combination of spices and coconut makes everyday meal a feast.This recipe was passed down from my great Grandmom to my mother and it is still remains our family favourite.
- Coconut PuddingSweta ShetCook time 20 mins18 Likes
A Sri lankan coconut jelly pudding.
- Bacon and Egg Savory Oat BakeSumathi AnandCook time 15 mins9 Likes
- Mulligatawny SoupRathy VCook time 25 mins15 Likes
This is my favourite soup and its Srilankans national soup too. I first tasted this soup in Anjappar Restaraunt and loved it. Now this is the soup I order every time. Saw the recipe from Samayal Samayal cookshow by Chef Venkatesh Bhat
- Vermicelli agarFayiza SabeekCook time 45 mins5 Likes
Fusion of vermicelli with agar agar.A perfect sweet / dessert for all festive season
- Coconut Milk Coconut Sugar based Creme Caramel inspired from WatalappamSimran Oberoi MultaniCook time 60 mins4 Likes
Watalappan (n) is a coconut custard pudding made of coconut milk, spices and jaggery. The drizzle is from organic liquid Jaggery. It has no flour or butter or oil. The coconut-jaggery combination totally shines through in bites.
- DosaFarheen DalviCook time 10 mins1 Like
Dosa is a type of pan cake from the Indian subcontinent made from fermented batter.
- Pol Sambol Sri Lankan Coconut SambolSheetal BhattCook time 0 mins6 Likes
If given a choice I would term Pol Sambol as a dish that defines Sri Lanka. Simple, rustic and basic yet bursting with delightful flavours. Pol means coconut and Sambol is a chutney or salsa like condiment that accompanies Sri Lankan rice, curries and flat breadsEach meal we had in Sri Lanka was accompanied by this delish Sambol and a salad. Sambol is a condiment made using some very minimum ingredients and is usually not cooked. The Pol Sambol recipe I share was served with hoppers, pol roti, curry and rice... practically everything. It is a dish a Sri Lankan can put together from the ingredients fetched from their back yards. It is extremely basic and yet its presence elevates the entire meal.
- Kiri Hodi Sri Lankan Coconut Milk CurrySheetal BhattCook time 20 mins4 Likes
Kiri Hodi or the coconut milk curry of Sri Lanka is a dish we fell in love with during our recent travel through this simple, charming and beautiful country .Kiri means milk and Hodi means curry. This simple yet versatile curry is served as an accompaniment to Kottu Roti, steamed rice, hoppers, string hoppers and much more. Make any quantities, the key is to balance the sourness to the sweetness of coconut milk. A one pan cook it requires no oil or tempering. I have found having Kiri Hodi during the hot and humid days very refreshing and soothing. A good break from our dal and kadhi!!
- Sri Lankan Pumpkin CurrySheetal BhattCook time 20 mins5 Likes
Early this year, we travelled to the beautiful island of Sri Lanka and were blown away by its natural beauty, smiling people and divine food. Since we have been staying with some wonderful home-stays we get to enjoy authentic food that is cooked by our hosts. In Sri Lanka too we were fed some truly delicious home-cooked food. This pumpkin curry made by one of our hosts was so good that even my girls began liking pumpkin. A simple and rustic curry that celebrates the core ingredient - Pumpkin .. you need not camouflage it any other way.....