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Lunu Miris:Ceylonese Chilli-Salt-Onion Paste

Today, I am sharing a popular Sri Lankan condiment; probably the most popular after coconut sambal. If you are a Sri Lankan food lover, this is a “must know” condiment. 334 more words

Achcharu Kadé: Crab and Kiribath

Achcharu. The very word conjures up spicy, tangy deliciousness. It’s the perfect accompaniment to a school trip or a picnic. The Achcharu Kadé at the Thursday and Sunday Good Market (at Diyatha Uyana and the car park behind Cinnamon Grand respectively) serve up classics like pickled mango or even green papaya, along with the occasional interesting new twist (watermelon achcharu, anyone?) They also serve up stuff like congee. 190 more words

Main Meals

Sri Lankan Spicy Salsa (Lunu Miris)


1 Large Red onion sliced or 10-15 Shallots
15 Dry Red Chillies
1-2 tsp of Chilli powder
3-4 tbs Maldives Fish medium size pieces… 126 more words

Sri Lankan

Between breakfast and lunch

well, nothing happened, but here are my breakfast and lunch pictures from Sunday the 13th Jan. ( This is bound to get tedious at some point. 106 more words

The Food Blogs

Manioc, a Sri Lankan all Time Favourite

Long, tapered manioc tubers are dull brown and rough on the outside. The white flesh of manioc can be composed into floury, sweet and sour mouth-watering dishes. 585 more words

Sri Lankan Food & Recipes

Lunu Miris - Take Away Restaurant

Its not another restaurant by the beach nor a posh dine out place. It has its own unique flavour as a restaurant/take away. Personally this is my kitchen away from home. 258 more words


Lunu Miris

Lunu Miris (ලුණු මිරිස්) is one of the most common pastes used in Sri Lanka accompanied with various foods. This is a mixture of red onions, dried chilli flakes, salt and lime juice. 18 more words