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Sri Lankan Dried Sprats Stir Fry (Haal Masso Thel Dhala)

A true taste from one of the fruits of the ocean & a signature Sri Lankan delicacy. Its unique taste is second to none in any form of Sprats dishes anywhere in the world. You can also replace Sprats with dried anchovies or dried Shrimps.

Deviled Mushrooms.....Looks like something I'd like to try....

Malini's Kitchen - Collection of Sri lankan recipes.

Endless original Sri Lankan recipes -- many appear veg

Malini's Kitchen - Collection of Sri lankan recipes. You can post your favorite recipe.

Kang kung - water spinach with coconut - authentic video recipe filmed in a Sri Lankan village

Nice light and warm salad, where the spicy ingredients are balanced by tender fresh grated coconut. And like most of Sri Lankan dishes it is vegetarian and.

Sri Lankan Fish Curry (Malu Hodhi)

The best fish curry from the Island nation, you can use virtually any fish for this curry. My favourite is tuna or salmon. Traditionally served with rice & it's also nice with loaf or garlic bread.

Malay Pickle (Sri Lankan Style) #VisitSriLanka #lka

Sri Lankan foods are known for its unique spicy touch and deliciously complex tastes in South Asia.

Devilled Fish - Delicious and exotic....just like the place itself! Book now with Go Sri Lanka Villas - www.gosrilankavillas.com

Sri lankan Devilled Fish - Delicious and exotic.

NYT Cooking: This recipe for kottu roti, a popular Sri Lankan street food, comes from Sanjeewa Gooneratne, who prepares the dish at events around New York on a griddle the size of a sled. A flaky flatbread is stir-fried with eggs and spices and finished with a curry sauce. Don't let the long list of spices deter you from making the dish. You can omit a few and still experience its fantastic depths of flavor.

Chicken Kottu Roti

Chicken Kottu Roti, a popular Sri Lankan street food, a flaky flatbread stir-fried with eggs and spices and finished with curry sauce.

Food Corner – Sri Lankan winged bean stir fry (Dambala Thel Dala )

Food Corner – Sri Lankan winged bean stir fry (Dambala Thel Dala )

This Sri Lankan pineapple chutney is what we call a “rice puller”, meaning the more chutney the more you’ll want to eat. you can even include them in your burgers or tacos, it’s versatile that way.

This Sri Lankan pineapple chutney is what we call a “rice puller”, meaning the more chutney the more you’ll want to eat. you can even include them in your burgers or tacos, it’s versatile that way.

Sri Lankan prawn and spinach biryani, from 'A Taste of Asia'

Sri Lankan prawn and spinach biryani

Ala thel dala is the Sri Lankan way to prepare potato stir-fry. It's quick, it's simple and it's delicious. This recipe can be enjoyed with rice or bread.

Ala thel dala is the Sri Lankan way to prepare potato stir-fry. It& quick, it& simple and it& delicious. This recipe can be enjoyed with rice or bread.

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