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.( She also writes this food blog to share her recipes with the world.

10 Mistakes to Avoid when Opening a Cafe

By |August 29th, 2017|

Opening a cafe can be a stressful, yet exciting time. People love a nice cup of coffee in the morning, afternoon, or late at night. No matter what time of day, there is always someone who is yearning for a cup of coffee. If you are setting up your own cafe in your neighborhood, this […]

Experience The Delights Of Eating Game Meat

By |August 25th, 2017|

The dawn of the shooting season ushers in a time of plenty in regards to organic healthy meat all born and bred in the wild, a food option that the ethical hunters relish to kill, clean, cook, and eat.

All shot birds at MDGCS are retrieved; every gun will count the birds it drops noting where […]

Sarana Leaves with Coconut Paste (Sri Lankan Watercress Recipe)

By |August 8th, 2017|

Sarana is a kind of leaves which is commonly found in Sri Lanka. This leafy green is always a popular choice to cook with dhal curry. As it is a kind of watery leaf, the taste is good if you mix with another vegetable or grains including potato and dhal. However in this recipe, I […]

Spending Too Much On Grocery: Save Now To Avoid Debt

By |August 4th, 2017|

Do you ever feel that you have been overspending on your grocery shopping? Well, the question is then how much should you actually spend on it? Well, it is your grocery budget that helps you decide it. Often parent are so much under monetary pressure that they devoid their kids from basic food, but it […]

How Can a Reasonable Food Budget Bring You Out of Debt

By |August 4th, 2017|

Even though when you opt to stay out of an extravagant life, somehow you oversee that you’re still beyond your means by eating out of budget. Food is one of the most common thing on which you spend your monthly income. Thus, learning how to budget your food and grocery is very important. Thus, adjusting […]

Simplest Ways To Cut Down Your Budget and Stay Debt Free

By |August 3rd, 2017|

Today, people live busy lives. And, it seems quite simple to throw money at easily accessible food solutions because people are too tired to find a better way to work it out. But with time, this food budget proves to be one of the most expensive checklist items of your monthly expenses. Thus, it gets […]

3 Tips and Tricks To Making Your Own Clarified Butter

By |July 19th, 2017|

Were you aware of the fact that butter comprises of 80% fat, 15% water and 5% milk proteins? Clarified butter is ideal for people following a strict Paleo diet as it does not contain sugar, water, and milk proteins. Since clarified butter is a highly saturated fat and doesn’t burn easily, it can be used […]

Karawila Mallung (Bitter Gourd with Grated Coconut)

By |July 3rd, 2017|

Bitter Gourd or Karawila/Karela is a popular vegetable in Sri Lanka for many recipes. Some of the popular Sri Lankan bitter gourd recipes include bitter gourd salad (Karawila Salad) or bitter gourd curry(Karawila Curry). As bitter gourd is a vegetable which is helpful in lowering blood sugar, it is good to include it into the […]

Multigrain Roti – The Sri Lankan Style Multigrain Pol Roti

By |June 27th, 2017|

Have you ever tried multigrain roti? Pol roti is a popular Sri Lankan dish which we eat for breakfast or even for dinner. Now, this is another version of traditional Sri Lankan pol roti. Earlier I shared the traditional way of cooking Sri Lankan pol roti. However, I usually try different flour and different ingredients […]

The Benefits Of Cast Iron Cooking

By |June 26th, 2017|

Anyone who is looking for an alternative to the toxic non-stick cookware that is readily available.  The healthiest alternative is often thought to be stainless steel, but this is expensive and does not do very well when cooking items such as eggs and pancakes which non-stick pans excel at.  Another alternative is to look at […]