Sri Lankan Coconut Sambol with Green Chili

By |December 21st, 2015|

Coconut Sambola or Pol sambola is one of the popular dishes in Sri Lanka. There are many variations for this tasty Sri Lankan condiment. We prepare pol sambola by grinding red chili powder and other ingredients with grated coconut, and this is great with rice and curry. Sometimes we fry prepared coconut sambola, then it […]

Devilled Fish Balls

By |December 13th, 2015|

In Singapore, I’ve seen fish balls in many dishes. Noodle soup with fish balls is one of the more popular Singapore dish among those fish ball dishes. Sometimes I buy a packet of fish balls and cook it as a stir fry. Recently I tried fish balls with a spicy sauce and it goes well […]

7 Healthy Breakfast Ideas to Kickstart Each Morning

By |December 11th, 2015|

It’s no exaggeration that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Eating a full, healthy breakfast will set you up for the whole day by giving you all the energy you need to make it through the morning and satisfying your appetite, preventing cravings and overeating later on.

The ideal breakfast combines fibre, good […]

Hearty Salads & Sweet Treats-My Cookbook with Blurb is just out!

By |November 23rd, 2015|

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I am so happy to share this good news about my cookbook ‘Hearty Salads & Sweet Treats’. Finally, it is published and available on Blurb Bookstore. Past few weeks I spent more time on creating this cookbook and I am so glad I could complete it with Blurb.
Publishing a cookbook is […]

Kathurumurunga Leaves Salad

By |November 19th, 2015|

Kathurumurunga is a popular green leaf in Sri Lankan cooking. Usually we eat Kathurumurunga leaves (Agati leaves) in a stir fry or as a mallum. Earlier I shared the recipe for kathurumurunga kola mallum. Now it is time to share another recipe with kathurumurunga.Anyway,do you like adding a ‘kola mallum’ or a ‘salada’ to your […]

Sri Lankan Kos ata kalu pol curry (jackfruit seeds curry)

By |November 16th, 2015|

Kos ata (Jackfruit seeds) are another healthy and delicious ingredient for Sri Lankan cooking. We cook jackfruit seeds in different ways and you’ll find many different versions for Sri Lankan style jackfruit curry recipes. Kalu pol is another popular way to cook most vegetables. If you noticed, previously I shared pumpkin kalu pol curry. After […]

Which Casters Should You Buy?

By |November 11th, 2015|

Casters are everywhere in the world around us. Many people use some kind of cart that is equipped with casters on a daily basis. There are many different types of casters that are specifically designed for various tasks and environments. Therefore, it is important that you do some research to make sure you purchase the […]

Grapes and Orange Juice-Easy & Delicious

By |November 10th, 2015|

I had some grapes which were really not that fresh. Instead of eating it alone, I tried this grape and orange juice. Simply this is an awesome combination. The result is great and I really like the taste of grape and orange juice. It is bit sour and tangy and colourful with grape flavor.
For me […]

Teavivre Nonpareil Yunnan Dian Hong Chinese Red Black Tea

By |November 8th, 2015|

I am back with a Teavivre tea review. If you follow my blog you already know that I am a big fan of Teavivre tea. Yes, during the past few months I tried different teas from Teavivre, but due to lack of time I couldn’t post my reviews.

Anyway, I recently tried another tea from Teavivre. […]

Match Made in Heaven: The History of the Burger and Shake Combo

By |November 4th, 2015|

The burger and shake combo has become—well, as American as apple pie. We associate this classic pairing with a kind of wide-eyed, American Graffiti-styled nostalgia, but in truth it’s more than a signifier of vintage Americana, or of glory days gone by. Just head to the nearest Five Guys or Shake Shack on your next […]