Sri Lankan Cuisine
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Have you ever tasted Sri Lankan cuisine ?
Sri Lankan cuisine is known for its particular combinations of herbs, spices, fish, vegetables, rice, and fruits.
There is a good Sri Lankan restaurant in Gotanda.
You can try Lamprais* there!
*Lamprais is a complex Sri Lankan dish usually consisting of stock-cooked short-grained rice, meat curry, wambatu moju (eggplant pickle), seeni sambol (onion relish), blanchan (shrimp paste), frikadeller meatballs, eggplant and ash plantain curry,
while the common addition also includes fried boiled eggs.
All the ingredients are placed inside a banana leaf to create a parcel that is then baked in the oven.
Lamprais is believed to have originated among the Dutch Burghers, an ethnic group of Dutch, Portuguese Burghers, and Sri Lankan descent.
Lamprais is one of the famous Sri Lankan dish that was introduced by the country's Dutch Burgher population.
My Suri Lankan friend also join.
Let's enjoy lunch together.
All the best,
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