Sri Lankan meal plan 7 with recipes.
For those of you who like to try a different kind of Sri Lankan menu.
Rice, green gram(mung)-coconut mallung, a spicy beef curry, ash plantain white curry and a sweet and spicy mango curry completes my menu number 7.
With three vegetarian dishes and a single meat dish, this Sri Lankan menu should get you started with a good, wholesome lunch.
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What type of rice dish can I serve for this menu?
Sri Lankan Meal menu 7.
The following menu is my attempt in offering you Sri Lankan meal plans that you can try at home.
You can certainly choose and adapt to the Sri Lankan menu to your family needs.
In addition to the curry recipes given below, you can add other dishes of your choice or change the menu.
As always, I would suggest starting with the dish that takes the longest to cook, in this menu, it would be the beef curry.
A spicy beef curry.
Quite honestly this beef curry does not have a proper recipe, it was one of those days where I just added all the ingredients and let it simmer down to correct consistency.
Sweet and spicy mango curry.
This mango curry was made using mangoes from our tree.
Smaller in size and slightly sour but still a good mango to cook as they are firm but due to the mango being small, I cooked some of them whole.
If you are not keen on making sweet and spicy mangoes, you can try the Sinhalese-style Mango curry.
If you want to serve a different type of mallung or vegetarian/vegan salad this mung dhal mallung would be it.
I made this as a breakfast one-bowl meal and decided to try it with a lunch menu.
The flavors of the coconut and slightly crunchy mung dhal perfectly complimented the other dishes on the menu.
I would highly recommend introducing this mung dhal mallung as an option for breakfast instead of the usual breakfast mung bowl.
An unusual white curry for those of you who are not familiar with the raw plantain.
It’s a healthy coconut milk based curry you can try instead of your usual dhal curry, Potato curry or any of the other regular vegetable curries you serve.
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And there you have it!
Our Sri Lankan meal plan no 7.
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