• Sri Lankan Cuisine

  • (Sri Lanka)

  • 31 31

Sri Lankan cuisine has been shaped by many historical, cultural, and other factors. Foreign traders who brought new food items; influences from Indonesian cuisine and the cuisine of Southern India have all helped to shape Sri Lankan cuisine. Today, some of the staples of Sri Lankan cuisine are rice, coconut, and spices. The latter are used due to Sri Lanka's history as a spice producer and trading post over several centuries. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sri_Lankan_cuisine

Edit Cuisine Add New Cuisine Add new "Sri Lankan" Dish

Dishes: 7 / 31

Kotti Roti

(0 ) Kottu Roti (Sri Lankan)

It’s the ultimate Sri Lankan street food. It’s basically a stir-fry which originated as a simple way of dealing with ...

Lamprais

(0 ) (Sri Lankan)

It consists of boiled eggs, eggplant, frikkadels (Dutch-style beef balls), mixed meats (soya for vegetarians) and sambol. Infused with cardamom, ...

Dhal Curry

(0 ) Parippu (Sri Lankan)

Rice and curry is Sri Lankan comfort food. Dhal curry is made from red lentils (masoor dhal) cooked in coconut ...

Gotu Kola Mallung

(0 ) (Sri Lankan)

Mallung is very much a part of the Sri Lankan diet. They deliver a dose of vitamins to a meal ...

Eggplant Moju

(0 ) Wambatu Moju (Sri Lankan)

One of the most celebrated classic Sri Lankan dishes with plenty of regional variations. It tastes like a caramelised pickle ...

(0 ) (Sri Lankan)

It is basically the Sri Lankan version of thin pancakes with crispy edges. These crepe-like bowls are made from fermented ...

Kokis

(0 ) (European) (Sri Lankan)

Kokis is a deep-fried, crispy and sweet Sri Lankan dish made from rice flour and coconut milk. Although considered as ...

See all Dishes