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.

Sunday Basket Meals: A perfect gateway to hassle free, quick and lip smacking food preparation!!

By |April 4th, 2017|

Food is perhaps one of the essential things that make our life worth living! However, in between our work responsibilities and daily grind, food preparation every day can turn out to be daunting! While you can definitely not afford to compromise with your health, what can be done so that you end up with a […]

Breakfast Food Items from Restaurants: Can You Replicate Them at Home?

By |March 4th, 2017|

Every so often, you come across a delicious taste treat in a restaurant that really invites your palate to revisit the restaurant often. If this taste treat is a breakfast item, clearly you do not want to go out for breakfast every day of the week, but you still want to eat this dish. Can […]

Protein Packed Split Mung Beans Curry from Sri Lanka (Mung Piyali Curry)

By |February 28th, 2017|

This is another curry recipe from Sri Lanka and it is loaded with protein.A protein packed vegetarian recipe is always a favourite for vegetarians and those who admire vegetarian dishes. So, if you look for protein dishes witch are vegetarian, then try this split mung beans curry which is from Sri Lankan Cuisine.

Anyway, these days […]

The Top Green Kitchen Tips you Must Consider and Implement

By |February 27th, 2017|

Whether you consider it or not, our environment is important and affects us all directly. The environment is depleting with each passing day and it is our responsibility to prevent it from getting deteriorated. One may pose the question of how the effort of one person may contribute to the cause, but the answer to […]

5 Ways to Brew Better Coffee at Home

By |February 24th, 2017|

Great mornings, as they say, often start with a good cup of coffee. Nothing beats a warm cup of freshly brewed coffee to help you start up your day. But for some people, getting the perfect homemade brew is not an easy task to do with consistency. Even with using expensive brands of ground coffee […]

Five Best Ways to Store Wine

By |February 19th, 2017|

Wine is distinguishable from all other beverages available in the market. It comes in different flavours and kinds. Some types of wine are made to be consumed as soon as they’re opened or within days of their purchase, while fine wines are designed to be laid down and enjoyed after years of aging. Keen to […]

Tips For Getting Your Food Blog Off On The Right Foot

By |February 15th, 2017|

Don’t try to be something or someone you’re not. Always be true to yourself.

Share your passion. When you write about things that excite you, your audience will become excited as well.

Get active on social media. Set up profiles on all of the major social networks including Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+.

 

Post professional-quality […]

Dry Chilli Chicken Recipe

By |February 8th, 2017|

I adapted this Dry Chilli Chicken recipe from Chinese Kung Pao Chicken which is one of the best Singapore dishes I’ve tasted. With a spicy tongue we love to taste Kung Pao Chicken or dry chili chicken when we eat from outside. However, my recipe here is not the exact Singapore dry chili chicken recipe. […]

Pol Sambola in a Traditional Sri Lankan Kitchen

By |January 9th, 2017|

Pol Sambola is one of the must try foods in Sri Lanka. It is spicy but well goes with many of Sri Lankan food. Actually it is a coconut relish prepared with chili and onion which is really easy to make in a modern kitchen. Just add everything in to an electric blender & grind […]

Professional Kitchen Equipment Has Viewers Writing Wish List

By |November 20th, 2016|

Who hasn’t enjoyed a good cooking challenge on the Food Network? Whether you cook for just your family or you are a professional chef who prepares meals for hundreds, programs about good eating are universally appealing. But if you keep your eye on the background, you’ll see that there is more than just food that […]