Drumstick Curry (Murunga Curry) which I shared earlier is a simple Sri Lankan Curry recipe in thick coconut cream.In this recipe,I reduced the amount of thick coconut milk and instead added some thin grated coconut.Addition of grated coconut gave a rich and thick gravy which made this curry so special.
I hope you will enjoy this version of Drumstick curry (Murunga curry) in a Sri Lankan meal!
|Murunga Curry (Sri Lankan Recipes)|
Recipe: Drumstick Curry with Grated Coconut
Ingredients: (for 3-4 servings)
3 tbspn fresh grated coconut
Then add the fresh coconut paste.
Switch off the burner.
Yummy and delicious looking gravy.
srilankan cuisine seems so simlar to kerala cuisine… baring the pandan leaves, we make it exactly the same way… looks so yum…
I love drumstick personally! and this combination rocks 🙂
Feeling nostalgic …..makes me yummy and looks delicious!
Haven’t eaten drumsticks for a long time now, n that I realized when I read your recipe!!! Lovely one… Have to manage getting this super-like veggie 🙂
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yummy a favourite
Lovely colour of the gravy 🙂
Will try it for sure !!!
just like Rafeeda commented..our foods are soo very much the same..we too do it this way as well. How u doing dear ? You due ? thanks for dropping by..and take care.
It’s great to be back in this space! Thanks for coming by & congrats on your newborn!
Beautiful dish! Thanks for joining us at Marvelous Mondays, pinned to my MM board!
very delicious curry and a flavorful one !!
Sounds delicious with lots of coconut.
Thanks for sharing.
isn’t it called “Lady fingers curry”??? I think I’ve eaten it in the Hotel in Kandy and thought they called it that way. Anyhow: very delicious 🙂
This is not lady fingers curry.We call it as ‘Bandakka’ in Sri Lanka.I’ve shared a recipe for ladies fingers stir fry in this link,https://www.foodcnr.com/2011/07/okra-fry-ladies-fingersbandakka.html
Haven’t shared the curry recipe yet.Anyway,glad to hear that you enjoyed the curry in Sri Lanka….