Amila Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

About Amila Gamage Wickramarachchi

Amila Gamage is the founder of Sihela Consultants which she shares her services as a Contracts Engineer for construction projects.(www.sihelaconsultants.com) She also writes this food blog to share her recipes with the world.

Five Things Which Reinforce Your Stamina

By |November 14th, 2017|

Endurance and stamina are two things which are very important in day-to-day life, for many reasons. Perhaps the more popular reason at the moment is the increasing popularity of exercise of all kinds, including marathons and obstacle courses. Endurance and stamina are needed for them. The less popular reason (at least to say in public) […]

Sri Lankan Recipe: Kiri Aguna Kola Sambolaya

By |November 12th, 2017|

Kiri Aguna Kola (kiri anguna kola) or scientifically called as tylophora pauciflora is a kind of leaf which is also edible. In Sri Lanka there are many edible leaves which we use in different recipes. It can be a mallum, salad or even a stir-fry, edible leaves play a major role in Sri Lankan cuisine.

Kiri […]

How to Stay Strong at Your 50s

By |November 10th, 2017|

The figure standing in the field “Age” of your ID is not important if you feel young. While mind and soul can remain unchanged since your 30s, the body condition ages in the course of the time. At the same time, it is not necessary to be and feel old in your 50s. A sophisticated […]

Sri Lankan Gaslabu Mallum (Raw Papaya with Grated Coconut)

By |November 7th, 2017|

This raw papaya mallum (Amu Gaslabu mallum) will sure add different flavor for your meal. Papaya is not only for drinks or salads. You can also cook a delicious side using raw papaya.

If you are bored of same recipes every day for your Sri Lankan meal, try cooking a raw papaya. Gaslabu mallum or raw […]

Traveling for Food: New Gastronomic and Cultural Experiences

By |October 27th, 2017|

Tasting local food is an integral part of any trip to another country or just another region. You contemplate the architecture, see the sights, and communicate with locals, but your taste buds also want new experiences. And they will get them, as you’ll necessarily get hungry and drop at a restaurant or find yourself standing […]

5 Ways to Save in the Bedroom

By |October 24th, 2017|

As a wife and a mom, I always look into ways of saving money from our expenditures in every possible ways. However, I don’t mean that saving means living in a budgeted lifestyle or downgrading our lifestyle. For me, it is most important to not to waste. Starting from kitchen, I try to save money […]

Sri Lankan Raw Mango Curry (Amba Maluwa)

By |October 23rd, 2017|

Do you like to know how to cook a finger licking good fruit curry from Sri Lanka? Then this Sri Lankan raw mango curry or Amba Maluwa will be the ideal recipe for you. Call it as raw mango curry or green mango curry; this mango curry will add flavours for your Sri Lankan meal […]

Pros & Cons of Vegan Food

By |October 21st, 2017|

Despite the ongoing debate about whether plant-based diet is healthy enough, vegetarianism and veganism are an ever-growing trend. Making such diet changes is everyone’s personal choice. However, there are things that need to be taken into account when you substitute animal based products like meat, fish and diary with the typical vegan products.
The Pluses and […]

The 8 Best Fruits to Help You Sleep

By |October 18th, 2017|

It’s common knowledge that you are what you eat, and what you put inside your body is very much indicative of how you’ll feel and perform for the rest of the day. There’s a reason that most of us stopped eating cookies and ice cream for breakfast when we turned 8.

What you probably didn’t know, […]

Sri Lankan Thalana Batu Thel Dala (Thai Eggplant Stir-fry)

By |October 13th, 2017|

Thalana batu (Thai Eggplant) or ela batu is another vegetable that is available in Sri Lanka which can be used in different recipes. If you notice the recipes I share here, you will understand that Sri Lankan recipes are not always curry. Sri Lankan recipes are not always spicy either! You can always adjust the […]