Sri Lankan Recipes By Curry Mad

Brussells Sprouts `Mallun’



125g Brussels Sprouts
2 Sprigs Curry Leaves
2 Green Chillies
1 Tblsp Maldive Fish Chips
1 Tblsp Oil for frying
Salt to taste
1 Tblsp Shredded Coconut

Wash the Brussels Sprouts, Green Chillies and Curry Leaves thoroughly and cut into halves. Put the cut ingredients into a fry pan over heat, add the Oil and fry until it is ready to eat. Just before the mixture appears to be well fried, add the Shredded Coconut, mix well and after a couple of minutes remove from heat. Enjoy

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Sri Lankan Recipes by Curry Mad – Fish Pickle



2 Tsp Chilli powder
1 Tsp Coriander
1 Sprig Curry leaves
3/4 Tsp Fennel seed powder
1/2 Kg Fresh Fish
1 Tsp Garlic & Ginger paste
4 Green Chillies
1 Tsp Turmeric


Use Fish with the least amount of bones.
Marinate in 3 Tsp each of Chilli Powder and Garlic and Ginger paste, 3/4 Tsp Fennel Seed
Powder and 1 Tsp Turmeric Powder for about 30 to 60 minutes.
Then put all ingredients together and fry in Oil until cooked for a few minutes.


3 Tsp each of :
Chilli Powder, Garlic & Ginger Paste
3/4 Tsp
Fennel Seed Powder
1 Tsp
Turmeric Powder

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Sri Lankan Recipes by Curry Mad – CHUTNEYS, PICKLES SALADS & SAMBOLS

Ambarella Pickle
Beetroot Chutney
Bell Chilli Pickle
Bitter Gourd Salad

Blood Plum Soft Chutney

Brussells Sprouts `Mallun’

Calamari & Passion Salad
Cantaloupe (Rock Melon) Chutney
Chilli, Mango & Papaw Pickle
Chinese Guava Chutney,

Chinese Guava Chutney,

Smooth Chinese Guava Pickle
Dried Fish Pickle

Eggplant pickle

Fish Pickle

Fish Salad

Green Apple Chutney

Imy’s Salad

`Katta; (Maldive Fish) Sambol
Liver Salad
Lobster Salad
Malay Pickle Mandarin Chutney Mandarin Pickle Mango & Chilli Pickle Nectarine Chutney

Gotu Kola Sambol

Prawn Chutney
Prawn Kebab
Quince Sambol `Wood Apple; Sambol
Spicy Belly Pork Roast
Spicy Mango-Pineapple `(Achcharu’)
Thosai Dark Coconut Sambol
Thosai Green Sambol
Thosai Red Sambol

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Sri Lankan Recipes by Curry Mad – SWEET THINGS

Ambarella Jam

Banana Pancake
Banana Fritters
Bruedher Pudding (Custard)
Chilli Jam
Chinese Guava Jam
Coconut Milk Toffee
Custard Apple Pudding
Ginger Nut Ruffle
Mango `Fool
Mango Pudding
Marmalade (Mandarin)

Quince Pudding

Rhubarb Custard
Rock Melon (Cantaloupe) & Milk

Purple Yam Pudding

Sago Pudding
Spicy Bread Pudding
Stuffed Pastry Cones
Sweet Potato Pudding

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Sri Lankan Recipes by Curry Mad – VEGETABLE CURRIES

Ambarella Vegetable Curry Ash Plantain Vegetable Curry Brussells Sprouts Vegetable Curry Carrot Vegetable
Cashew Curry
Cauliflower Vegetable Curry
Cucumber Vegetable
Eggplant Vegetable Curry
Innala White Curry
Jak Vegetable

Jak Seed vegetable curry

Potato Wedges Vegetable Curry
Red Lentil Vegetable Curry Sweet Potato Vegetable Curry Thai Eggplant (Thalana Batu) Vegetable Curry
Wetakolu Vegetable Curry (Ridge

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Sri Lankan Recipes by Curry Mad – THIS ‘N’ THAT

Ash Plantain `Fry
Ash Plantain Skin/Peel `Fry
Anchovies Stir Fry
Apple, Green, Chilli & Lemon
Asian Coleslaw
Bacon & Cantaloupe
Baked Snakegourd
Beetroot Rice
Bitter Gourd `Fry
Black Chick Peas
Brain Cutlets
Buriyani Casava& Sambol Cabbage `Fry
Cauliflower, Potato and Prawn
Cauliflower Mallung
Ceylon Spinach `Fry
Cheese Asparagus
Chicken in Wine
Chicken Grapefruit Marinade
Chick Peas& Bok Choy
Chicken Liver `Taste’ Chicken-da-Noodles
Chicken Wings with Cantaloupe
Chilli &; Apple Chutney
Chilli Mango
Chilli Paste
Chinese Guava Pickle
Coconut Rotti
Coconut Sambol
Coconut Soup
Curry Leaf Coconut Rotti
Crabmeat & Noodles
Cuttlefish stuffed with Minced Beef
Creamy Mushroom Sauce Curried Bolognese Sauce Deep Fried Sardines ; Devilled Chicken Wings Dried Fish Curry
Easy Savoury Rice
Easy Thosai
Thosai Green Sambol
Thosai Dry Curry
Eggplant Fry
Eggplant Patties
Fish in Godamba
Fish Stew

Flake & Strawberry

Fried Schnitzel
Garlic Chicken Liver
Green Chilli Paste Fish
Green Prawn Stir Fry
Grilled Scollops
Honey Prawns
Hot Salami Bread Roll
(Raw) Jak Mallung Kangaroo Meat Mince Lanka Burger
`Kothu Rotti
Leek & Anything
My Sauces
Mung Beans
Noodle Omelette
Long Bean (Snake Bean) Fry
Okra Fry
Oyster Mix Pan Fried Fish Pan Fried Tuna Pappa Durs
Pasta in Curry Sauce Pastry Prawns ; Peppered Prawns Pineapple Squid
Pork Kebabs
Potato Stir Fry
Prawn & Nectarine Sambol
Prawn Kebab
Prawn Stir Fry
Raita, (Indian Yoghurt Salad) Rocoto Chilli Sauce
Savoury Bread Rotti
Savoury Eggs
Savoury Stuffed Dates Scallops in Chilli Mango Scallops&;Chorizo
SL Rice Conji
SL Stringhopper Buriyan (Pilau)
Soften Beef
Spicy Apple Sauce
Spicy Belly Pork Roast
Spicy Butternut Pumpkin Patties
Spicy Chicken Gizzards
Spicy Lemon Chicken
Spicy Corned Beef in Cabbage Rolls
Spicy Tasmanian Patties
Spicy Scollops

Stuffed Baked Fish

Stuffed Calamari

Stuffed Capsicums

Stuffed Crab Shells

Stuffed Chicken on Noodles
Stuffed Mince
Stuffed Snake Gourd
Tamarind Chutney
Tomato Sauce (Spicy for Pasta) Trevally Pan Fried
`Trinco; Prawn Omelette
Tripe Patty
Vegetable Burger with Hot Salami

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Sri Lankan Recipes by Curry Mad – CURRIES

Ambarella Curry
Artichoke (Jerusalem) and Chilli
Banana Chilli Curry
Belly Pork Curry
Calamari Rings White Curry
Chicken Curry
Chicken Neck Curry
Chicken Wings Curry
Crab Curry Egg Curry Fish Curry
Kangaroo Meat Curry
Kangaroo Meat Ball Curry
Lamb Curry
Lamb Cutlet Curry
Lamb Shank Curry
Light Fish Curry
Lobster Tail Curry
Lobster Tail & Mango in Brandy
Mackerel Curry
Mild Beef Curry Mutton (Goat) Curry New Prawn Curry Pineapple Curry
Pork Curry
Scampi Curry
Scallop (Or Scollop) Curry
Sprats Curry
Stuffed Sausages
Sweet Chilli Curry
Tomato & Leek Curry
Trevally & Potato Curry Tripe Curry (with Pittu) Salads &; Greens
Venison Kebabs with Tropical Salad

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Tastes of Sri Lanka – Recipes by Curry Mad


eLanka are proud to be associated with ‘Curry Mad’ to bring you a small selection out of this great recipe eBook. We will publish a few recipes on eLanka and also carry a recipe on our eLanka weekly newsletter for you.

Curry Mad III 

What are your taste buds like?

Are they stuck with the same old `Beef ‘n’ Veg’ routine?
Break out of your `Comfort Zone’
Curry Mad III is NOT just a collection of “curries”. Do you know that you can have a `Chilliless’ Curry with NO Chilli at all?
Curry Mad III is a collection of Sri Lankan dishes that have been prepared right here in Melbourne (Australia).

I have tried very hard to include a picture of every recipe in this book, mainly to give you an idea of what the dish looked like when we cooked it. Curry Mad III” is a fabulous (Even if I may say so myself) collection of over 200 mouth watering Sri Lankan recipes for you.


Download Curry Mad 3 for a small fee of $5 now. Click on the image below (or click here)


Curry Mad III 



(Chili, Pepper, Fennel, Galangal, Goraka, Gamboge, Garlic, Horseradish, Mace, Mustard, Saffron, Tamarind, Turmeric)


Recipes  of Curry Mad III  







This edition of Curry Mad, Curry Mad III is also a totally home grown version where all the recipes have been tried and tested right here in Melbourne, Australia using locally available ingredients.

Some might argue that some ingredients have been imported, but remember that they are available right here for us to enjoy!

An interesting idea to consider is that although the recipes here specify quantities of various ingredients to be used, they are only `suggestions; for the dish. You can use your very own imagination to create any dish; remember these are merely to give you some ideas of what you might cook, NOT a hard and fast set of rules to follow; make cooking a bit of fun!

Cooking here, It is not a competition, a `Status Symbol; or anything of the sort, it is an enjoyable experience. That is why although I watch a selective number of `Cooking Shows; I actually despise some of these so-called `Experts; as it is ONLY their OPINIONS!

I am almost sure that there are no such `beings’ as `Perfect’ chefs or cooks around, their `judgements; are merely their opinions.

To me, the fewer the ingredients and the easier the preparation is, the better the `recipe; which is merely a suggestion; similar to the amount of Salt one may use! You cook to suit YOUR taste, or don’t you?

I doubt very much that, if there are two, or more, people who use the same recipe, with the same ingredients and method, they will taste different; Get some friends together and give it a try.

I have heard of little groups of food enthusiasts who get together once a month or so and exchange recipes and cook various dishes, just for fun, not as a competition! If you have got some ideas on these lines, please do not hesitate to send them in.

The image of a warm climate, tempting beaches, tropical fruits, estates filled with the fragrance of rich high grown tea, curries, and naturally, lavish foods and, the traditional warm hospitality of Sri Lankans dominate. One also sees in the mind herbs and spices. It would be impossible to cover, even briefly, visions
of all these pleasant things here, however, as Curry Mad is a small sampling of Lankan recipes, we will look at the more commonly used spices that are included in customary preparations.

Some data is derived courtesy of Wikipedia.

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