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Old January 30, 2018, 11:41 AM
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btw, hathmaluwa sounds kinda wrong in Bengali. like someone who "hath mare" a lot aka zeeshan.
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Old January 30, 2018, 11:42 AM
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for the record, I love Sri Lankan food. I have close sri lankan friends and I love how they put fried coconut things with everything. it gives the food an extra kick and tastes amazing. I have yet to try Sri Lankan food from a restaurant. I am sure it's worth trying. Life Hack 101: make new friends from different cultures to try different types of food without traveling to far away lands
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Old January 30, 2018, 11:52 AM
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we have this dish in Bangladesh..its called Niramish.
Very interesting.

What is even more interesting is that the Sinhalese hathmaluva might have had its origin in Bengali culture. (I'm not an authority on this subject.) The Sinhalese are said to be descendants of a Bengali prince who set foot on Sri Lankan soil around 543 BC, along with his entourage.

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Old January 30, 2018, 11:56 AM
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Well Sinhalese people are the descendants of the bengali prince Vijaya (Anamul's namesake) ..it's very much possible that we have similar dishes that go back thousands of years!
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Old January 30, 2018, 11:56 AM
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I'm sure that Bangladeshi curry is delectable.
Look at these Sri Lankan preparations.
I'm vegetarian, by the way and of these I will have only the last one.




Fish ambul thiyal ( මාළු ඇඹුල් තියල්)


Sri Lankan red prawn curry (රතු ඉස්සෝ ව්‍යංජනය)


Sri Lankan chicken curry (කුකුල් මස් ව්‍යංජනය)


Rotti with katta sambol (රොටී සහ කට්ට සම්බෝල )
that Fish ambul thiyal looks interesting, red prawn curry looks too bangladeshi tbh.

I had Srilankan food before, cant remember what dish I had but I absolutely loved it
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Old January 30, 2018, 11:58 AM
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Yes. Good thread aklemalp!
Yes, excellent thread. Fantastic start.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:00 PM
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I'm sure that Bangladeshi curry is delectable.
Look at these Sri Lankan preparations.
I'm vegetarian, by the way and of these I will have only the last one.




Fish ambul thiyal ( මාළු ඇඹුල් තියල්)


Sri Lankan red prawn curry (රතු ඉස්සෝ ව්‍යංජනය)


Sri Lankan chicken curry (කුකුල් මස් ව්‍යංජනය)


Rotti with katta sambol (රොටී සහ කට්ට සම්බෝල )
They look like South Indian dishes and I guess taste similar too, I can tell by the use of curry leaves and the overall look and feel, they look awesome btw, I would definitely like to try the last one that resembles Dosa/pancakes.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:03 PM
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They look like South Indian dishes and I guess taste similar too, I can tell by the use of curry leaves and the overall look and feel, they look awesome btw, I would definitely like to try the last one that resembles Dosa/pancakes.
did you have spinach chicken in kolkata? We had a restaurant here in Dhaka named Oh! Kolkata. I went their oneday for dinner and had a dish called spinach chicken cooked with 5 misali dal and I still cant forget the taste.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:05 PM
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Very interesting.

What is even more interesting is that the Sinhalese hathmaluva might have had its origin in Bengali culture. (I'm not an authority on this subject.) The Sinhalese are said to be descendants of a Bengali prince who set foot on Sri Lankan soil around 543 BC, along with his entourage.

@Roye I told you, although it is not unanimous but general perception is that the Sinhala are descendants of Bengali and Odiya people.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:10 PM
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did you have spinach chicken in kolkata? We had a restaurant here in Dhaka named Oh! Kolkata. I went their oneday for dinner and had a dish called spinach chicken cooked with 5 misali dal and I still cant forget the taste.
Yep, it is also called Saag wala chicken, but don't like this one bit, for me fish and meat should be stand alone dishes, too many stuff just ruins it for me, hell I don't even like potato or eggs in my biryani, I would choose palak Paneer any day over Palak Chicken.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:13 PM
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what SL dish do you recommend to someone who never had any Lankan dish before? note I like it spicy.
Oh there are just too many and it is difficult to pick one or two.

If you are not vegetarian, you could try the Sinhalese chicken curry or the fish ambul thiyal, pictures of which I have already posted.

If you are vegetarian you could try the Sri Lankan "kalu-pol" pumpkin curry or the tender jack fruit (polos) curry.

"Kalu-pol" pumpkin curry


Tender jack fruit (polos) curry


I'm sure you have very similar preparations in Bangladesh though, due to the similarity of our cultures, and our probably shared roots.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:16 PM
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Oh there are just too many and it is difficult to pick one or two.

If you are not vegetarian, you could try the Sinhalese chicken curry or the fish ambul thiyal, pictures of which I have already posted.

If you are vegetarian you could try the Sri Lankan "kalu-pol" pumpkin curry or the tender jack fruit (polos) curry.

"Kalu-pol" pumpkin curry


Tender jack fruit (polos) curry
http://foodcnr.com/wp-content/upload...ruit-Curry.jpg

I'm sure you have very similar preparations in Bangladesh though.
thanks. yeah it looks similar to our chicken. but this pic looks very spicy. it would be nice to have it with some roti or paratha.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:20 PM
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They look like South Indian dishes and I guess taste similar too, I can tell by the use of curry leaves and the overall look and feel, they look awesome btw, I would definitely like to try the last one that resembles Dosa/pancakes.
They taste different from South Indian dishes mainly due to the use of coconut milk.

By the way, South Indian food is very commonplace and popular in Sri Lanka.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:21 PM
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Yes, excellent thread. Fantastic start.
Thanks bro, what part of Sri Lanka are you from? And how long have you been following cricket?
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:24 PM
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Thanks bro, what part of Sri Lanka are you from? And how long have you been following cricket?
You are very welcome bro.
I'm from Colombo, Sri Lanka and I've been following cricket from my early childhood. I've been in this forum since July 19, 2005 - coming up 13 years.
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:26 PM
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a big NO for Tanvir Hayder. sorry. can't even pick up wickets on a domestic match, how do we expect him to trouble Sri Lanka?
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My favorite sri lankan dish is Kottu Roti.

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They look like South Indian dishes and I guess taste similar too, I can tell by the use of curry leaves and the overall look and feel, they look awesome btw, I would definitely like to try the last one that resembles Dosa/pancakes.
The last one is roti with katta sambol. Roti is firm and not flexible (floppy) like dosa.
By the way dosa is very popular in Sri Lanka too.
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Yes. Good thread aklemalp!
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You are very welcome bro.
I'm from Colombo, Sri Lanka and I've been following cricket from my early childhood. I've been in this forum since July 19, 2005 - coming up 13 years.
Awesome. Hope to see you posting more.
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They taste different from South Indian dishes mainly due to the use of coconut milk.

By the way, South Indian food is very commonplace and popular in Sri Lanka.
By South Indian I mean Malabari (Kerala) and Coastal Tamil cuisine, they use coconut milk too. South India is very diverse when it comes to food habits, culinary traditions, I should have cleared it in my last post.

Your pics are a delight btw, had my dinner an hour ago and now hungry again, I blame you lol.
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The last one is roti with katta sambol. Roti is firm and not flexible (floppy) like dosa.
By the way dosa is very popular in Sri Lanka too.
In Staten Island where I am from, they have so many Sri Lankan restaurants. I have tried a few.

I love the egg curry and Sambal
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Old January 30, 2018, 12:32 PM
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My favorite sri lankan dish is Kottu Roti.

How did I forget to mention kottu roti. I would definitely recommend same to all my Bangladeshi friends here.

Watch the kottu beat.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0Ksq9QtPUw
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Your pics are a delight btw, had my dinner an hour ago and now hungry again, I blame you lol.
I take some credit too
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The last one is roti with katta sambol. Roti is firm and not flexible (floppy) like dosa.
By the way dosa is very popular in Sri Lanka too.
What is Katta Sambol? Doesn't look like Chutney or Sambar
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