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Have you ever heard Banana Arrak ????

No it’s not a title of sci fiction or the new episode of the Star Trek saga. It’s just a wonderful name that describes a typical Sri Lankan recipe. The arrack is a kinda rum produced in Asia. And banana is used to prepare this in a delicious way. 
An island know as Sri Lanka was known as Ceylon many many years ago is a land so cool to discover.  The best way to find out secrets of a culture is to sit down and taste the food of that culture.  The cuisine of Sri Lanka is the easier path to walk an imaginary road from Jaffna in the north  to Matara in the south.  And to remind an history still alive in a complex cuisine that joins Europe, Kerala and local traditions.  Sanguppiddy Bridge doesn’t keep Tamil region united to Pooneryn only: it shows us a philosophy of life. The strength to pass ghosts of ancient struggles to build a peaceful life all together. 
 The green of forests and the blue of waters that we can admire driving to south along the Padaviya Road give us an emotion similar to our famous Lamprais, rice boiled in stock with a special curry, accompanied by “frikkadels” meatballs, all of which is then wrapped in a banana leaf and baked in the oven. It is a Dutch-influenced Sri Lankan dish. And the history is still in our side. Cuz Dutch, Portugal and Germany tastes jump here and there in this marvelous trip like  a witness of a richer past.
 If Kandy ruins of the XIV century old village leave you breathless for their simple beauty you will be conquered from” Kavun”. Not another village but a little cuisine miracle: a well-known cake made with rice flour and treacle and deep-fried to a golden brown. Untouchable  “Moong Kavun”  made from green gram – a type of pulse – which is then ground to a paste and shaped like diamonds before frying.
The seashore on the coast of Dondra Head is for us the last piece of land before the enormous ocean landscape. A multicolour site with nice relaxing corners as Polhena Beach. Sun, sea and short eats as Vade will leave you in an enchanted dimension. Buddists, Hindu, Muslim,  and Cristians  are a mixed community as our popular Faluda, a cold drink with syrup, ice cream, jelly pieces and basil seeds, that will refresh you and softly awake from this dream called Sri Lanka.
All this is made a reality by our own TV Presenter, Professional Demonstrator & the great Chef Duminda. He will be a our brand ambassador to give us all his secrets and all new tips for having clean, healthy and tasty food. He is the only young chef we have in our country who promotes and protects our food culture and we need to protect him. We welcome him to our page and look forward for brand new era in the industry of food & culture…

The ultimate objective of this website is to introduce Sri Lankan Food and Culinary to, food lovers in rest of the world. Hence, we can help positioning Sri Lannka as a great tourist destination, having a largest variety of delicious authentic food and beverage.

Welcome to the dream called Sri Lanka!

ඉතා දීර්ග හා ප්‍රෞඩ ඉතිහාසයකට උරුමකම් කියන ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය ආහාර සංස්කෘතිය අභාවයට යා නොදී එය නැවත ශ්‍රී ලංකාව තුළ හා ලොවපුරා ජනප්‍රිය කරවීම අරමුණ පෙරදැරි කරගත් ශ්‍රී ලාංකීයන් කීපදෙනෙකු ගේ උත්සහයක් ලෙස මෙම වෙබ් අඩවිය එලිදකී.

මෙම වෙබ් අඩවියේ සුවිශේෂතා අතර,
✔ ඉතා නිවැරදි ආහාර වට්ටෝරු දිනපතා අලුතින් එක් කිරීම
✔ ආහාර වට්ටෝරු පියවරෙන් පියවර ඡායාරූප සහිතව ඉදිරිපත් කිරීම
✔ ආහාර ද්‍රවය පිළිබඳ විස්තර ලබාදීම
✔ ඕනෑම අයෙකුට තමා සතු ආහාර වට්ටොරු වෙබ් අඩවියේ පළකිරීමට ඇති පහසුකම
✔ මෙහි සියලු කටයුතු ප්‍රවීන සූපවෙදී දුමින්ද අබේසිරිවර්ධනගේ අධීක්ෂණය යටතේ සිදුවීම
✔ ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය ආහාර ක්ෂේත්‍රයට අදාල ප්‍රවෘති, සිදුවීම්, නව ප්‍රවනතා හා ආහාර සංස්කෘතිය පිළිඹ්ඳ ලිපි
✔ ආහාර ක්ෂේත්‍රයටම වෙන්වු ව්‍යාපාරික වෙබ් නාමාවලිය ( සම්පුර්ණයෙන්ම නොමිලේ)

අපේ දේ අගය කරන සියලු හිතවතුන්ට http://www.inside.lk/food/ හරහා අපේ Sri Lankan Food Culture වෙබ් අඩවියට පිවිස ශ්‍රී ලාංකීය ආහාර සංස්කෘතිය පිළිබඳ රසවත් මෙන්ම හරවත් සංවාදයකට එක්වන ලෙස අපි ගෞරවයෙන් ඇරයුම් කරමු.

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