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The chapters of Exotic Tastes of Sri Lanka are devoted to short eats (appetizers), salads, staples, vegetarian dishes, poultry, meat and egg recipes, seafood preparations, desserts, and sweetmeats (treats). An array of exotic ingredients that is key and integral to Sri Lankan cuisine enhances the dishes. For instance, gambooge, with its uniquely sour flavor, is often used in traditional seafood preparations like Fish Ambul Thiyal, while either grated coconut or coconut milk intensify most recipes, including Pumpkin Kalu Pol Curry. Local staples are delectable works of art, such as exquisite Stringhoppers, Hoppers, and Pittu.
Since the entrées revolve around the nation's favorite ingredient, rice, the loosely coined term "rice and curry" best describes Sri Lankan cuisine. Other staple ingredients include coconut (milk, oil, grated), as well as aromatic herbs and spices such as curry leaves, mint, coriander and fennel seeds, and cloves. Sri Lanka offers a particularly impressive repertoire of vegetarian and seafood preparations.
Sample menus, explanations of spice uses and availability, typical cooking techniques, and descriptions of traditional utensils complement the 157 recipes, all adapted for home cooks.
Deforestation, Women and Forestry: The Case of Sri Lanka
Reservoirs of Sri Lanka and Their Fisheries
The Tamils of Sri Lanka
The Role of Livestock in Agricultural Development: Theoretical Approaches and Their Applications in the Case of Sri Lanka
Special Forces of Sri Lanka
Portrait of Sri Lanka
Mountains of Sri Lanka
Anjalendran: Architect of Sri Lanka
Wildlife Sanctuaries of Sri Lanka
Demons of Sri Lanka