Malu Mirisata

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Malu Mirisata
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Spicy Sri Lankan fish curry
TypeCurry
Place of originSri Lanka
Main ingredientsFish, Chili, Onion, Chili Powder , Turmeric, Garlic, Ginger

Malu Mirisata (spicy Sri Lankan fish curry) has more of a chili flavor and it’s a favorite method of cooking fish in Sri Lanka. The dish is popular around the country and mostly in seaboard area where fish and other seafood are staple foods. Coconut milk is used in some variations of this dish. This can be usually served with rice, bread or string hoppers.[citation needed]

History[edit]

This method of cooking fish has its origin in Sri Lanka.

Preparation[edit]

Spicy fish curry made in Sri Lanka

This is a very simple method of cooking fish with chili as a flavor, and using only a few ingredients.[1] This curry is also mass-produced for consumer purchase in packages such as cans and flexible pouches.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Amila Wickramarachchi. Spicy Sri Lankan Fish Curry. Retrieved September 2, 2015.
  2. ^ "New spice route to Chile brings home canned fish curry from Delmege". The Sunday Leader. Retrieved 2018-01-25.

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