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Love Sri Lankan food, but don’t know how to make it? You can now with my live zoom cooking classes

Love Sri Lankan food, but don’t know how to make it? You can now with my live zoom cooking classes

Learn to make authentic Sri Lankan food with my live zoom cooking classes. I will teach you to make a range of Sri Lankan curries, from scratch, no ready-made sauces, no shortcuts. Together we’ll create authentic, home-cooked Sri Lankan meals live, in real-time together through 

Easy to make vegetable pulao rice recipe

Easy to make vegetable pulao rice recipe

This easy to make vegetable pulao rice recipe is a brilliant way to use up leftover vegetables. This is a delicious one-pot recipe that you can make as a side dish, or pack it full of vegetables and have it as a main. This recipe 

How to make healthy buttermilk fried chicken

How to make healthy buttermilk fried chicken

My recipe for healthy buttermilk fried chicken was born way back when before I started to blog about Sri Lankan food. We went on our first holiday with our adopted children to Dorset. We spent a wet, cold, glorious week huddled on cold beaches clutching 

Sprouted mung beans to make your Sri Lankan curry sing!

Sprouted mung beans to make your Sri Lankan curry sing!

How to make a Sri Lankan sprouted mung bean sambol Do you know how to make sprouted mung beans? And when you’ve sprouted them do you know what to do with them? How about making a sprouted mung bean sambol. Sambols are a big deal 

Love Sri Lankan food? But don’t how to make it? Now you can, with my live zoom cooking classes

Love Sri Lankan food? But don’t how to make it? Now you can, with my live zoom cooking classes

Want to learn to make Sri Lankan food from scratch? I will teach you how to make Sri Lankan food, through my live zoom cooking classes. The kind of food my mother made for me, the food I make for my family. No ready-made sauces, 

How to make a mango sorbet without an ice cream maker

How to make a mango sorbet without an ice cream maker

It’s mango season. Correction, it’s Alphonso mango season, when people like me go wild about this little yellow mango. There’s something special about Alphonso mangos – more about that later. If you’re looking for a recipe to make this sticky, sweet fruit last through the