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    As it is not possible to buy all of the correct ingedients in the U.S. I have created a very simple and quick curry. No curry powder used, but an interesting flavour none the less. I've been cooking curry for almost 60 years, my wife says this is her favourite. Start to finish 20 mins, so good for those with hectic lives, even a child can cook this.

    Recipe #482009

    Pass this dish around when having a curry it makes a tasty and unusual starter to the meal,or as a party dish. This can be made using fresh or frozen prawns. If using frozen, thaw and drain them well before using.

    Recipe #205452

    This wonderful dish is made using two of the most popular ingredients used in India and the sub-continent. The chicken is cooked in the rich coconut sauce and at the end of cooking the mango and tomato are added. I have just cooked a batch of this for the local restaurant for their curry night on Saturday.

    Recipe #393750

    Wonderful chicken dish, full of flavour, but not too hot. There is more to curry than heat !!! Being a Sri Lankan dish it of course uses coconut milk. The vinegar gives a pleasant edge to the dish. Very easy to cook, when time is short only one hour, start to finish.

    Recipe #409283

    Delightful dish to serve with a hot curry. Easy to cook as tinned pineapple is used in this dish. You could serve this as a desert, it is not very spicy. I prefer it with a good chicken curry. Coconut milk defines this dish firmly as Sri Lankan.

    Recipe #224377

    When I first posted this recipe, I hadn't made it, I had posted it for a tag game, but encouraged by the positive reviews it has received, I made it this weekend, and took it as a gift for my friend, who loves hot curries and dahls. Its a little hot for my personal taste, but she loved it! Easy and quick to make, it comes from the Very Easy Vegetarian Cookbook, by Simon & Alison Holst

    Recipe #328537

    With only a few steps to cooking this is a simple and interesting way to cook liver, so good for you.

    Recipe #303133

    This is a mild curry, from the Burmese coastal area. With only three spices this is an easy dish to prepare, and cook. It can be served with rice or noodles and as such makes a pleasant change.

    Recipe #298954

    This is a very good side dish to accompany a curry. The use of fresh okra is important, tinned okra is too mushy. Simple and quick to make with just a few ingredients this is a must dish.

    Recipe #288874

    A quick to cook tasty dish. This is a super curry that I learned to cook while in Sri Lanka. From start to finish in under one hour. Of all my chicken dishes this is my favourite.

    Recipe #288913

    Recipe #288820

    This is a lovely curry, full of meat and fruit. It is unusual but oh so yummy. It's always best eaten the next day. It comes from Indonesia, where the lady that gave me the recipe says she makes it up and then sits it on her windowsill for a day for the flavours to meld. I like to eat it straight away, but leftovers are definitely better. I hope you enjoy it :)

    Recipe #229168

    Deep fried meat and potato balls. This recipe from Sri lanka uses no spices, therefor makes a good side dish, or will accompany many western dishes. Very easy to make and looks interesting on a plate. Kids love these.

    Recipe #233885

    S/D. = side dish. O.K. Here is an interesting and very easy way to use those broccoli stalks that often get thrown away. I hate waste as food costs so much. This is a super curry, cooks in a few minutes, when I am on my own I eat it without rice. Serve this as a side dish with a meat curry.

    Recipe #231529

    Easy to cook chicken curry. marinate the chicken for three hours before cooking. Then cook for just 40 minutes. Simple and simply delicious. N.B. if you like your curry HOT add an extra teaspoon of chilli powder towards the end of cooking. The recipe for the curry powder is in this cookbook.

    Recipe #230624

    This is a side dish, cheap to make. Serve this dish with a meat or vegetable curry, plain boiled rice and you have a complete meal.

    Recipe #230625

    Pineapple curry is very popular in Sri lanka. Here is a recipe that uses chicken, pine apple, coconut milk and yogurt to make a super curry. This is a dish we have often as it's not too hot for first timers to a curry, ( not us but visitors).

    Recipe #230628

    Very tasty recipe for Ceylon Pork Curry!

    Recipe #200295

    This is a typical Sri Lankan dish, the use of coconut sets it apart from Indian curries. This dish was on the menu every week when I lived in Ceylon.

    Recipe #200850

    Very tasty as all the Sri Lankan food is, but different in it's own way from the Indian curries that I have been posting. You'll like this one.

    Recipe #201408

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