Chef Chef Duminda
Popular TV celebrity, talented,creative & the only young chef with a new theme in promoting Clean & Healthy food in Sri Lanka.
Detail BioPopular among us all the very talented,creative & the only young chef with a new theme in promoting clean & healthy food in our country and around the globe, The Great Chef Duminda will be joining our web site to work as a food specialist & as our product ambassador. He is a member of youth slow food network in the world & an active member in the slow food international. Currently a popular tv celebrity & a kind human being who has started to work for our country in the intention of making sri lanka known and heard around the world with his great creative food recepies & presenting them with his own style. This will be another segment bought to you with the supervision of this great chef. He will be sharing his knowledge with all food lovers as an author, a researcher & as a great chef.
All Recipes and Posts by Chef Duminda
An edible flowering plant. Its native to central and south western Asia. The english word “Spinach” goes back to the 14th century. Spinach has a high nutritional value and extremely rich in antioxidants,.. especially when its fresh, steamed or quickly boiled. Spinach is known to contain a lot of vitamin...Read more
A root vegetable, usually orange in color although purple, red, white and yellow varieties exists. A common vegetable around the world and our climate in nuwara eliya has the ideal weather conditions for growing carrots. Carrots can be eaten boiled, fried or steamed., and can be cooked in soups and...Read more
A type of bean easy to find all around the world. This plant grows as a vine with climbing stems and leaves 3-4mtrs in height. This is a tropical plant & we in sri lanka prepare wing beans in many different ways., As a sambol, as a curry & consumable...Read more
Dhal also spelled “Dal” or Daal” is called “Parippu” in Tamil language. A preparation of pulses which is stripped of their outer hulls and split.An important part of Indian, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri lankan, West Indian & Bangladesh cuisine. Regularly eaten with rice & vegetables, dhal contains protein for a balanced diet. Sri Lankan preparation of dhal...Read more
Cummin (Cuminum cyminum) is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae. Native from the East Meditterranean to India it owns seeds used in recepies of many different cultures, in both whole and ground form. The name comes from ancient semitic languages even if the first form of the word is...Read more
Chili pepper is the spicy fruit of plants in the genus Capsicum; sometimes spelled chilli in the UK and chile in the Southwestern US. In the world is one of the most well known aroma and it’s consumed as powder or in several kinda sauces (enchilada sauces, Szechuan sauce and...Read more
Bitter gourd known in sri lanka Karavila.and may parts of the world they used the name of Bitter melon,this is a vegetable you can use as cooked and fresh. Many Asian counties famous for bitter gourd salad. High herbal value on this,Sri Lankans love to have karavila curry at their...Read more