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Avilla Avilla Sinhala Avurudda Avillla! And what do we all look forward to? THE FOOD! The traditional Kama Mese is usually filled with many delightful delicacies and here are some of our favourites.

 

Kevum

 kevum

It is compulsory to have Kevum on your Kama Mese, a new year celebration isn’t a celebration without it.

 

Mung Kavum

mung

The ideal combination of krispy and sweet, Mung Kavum is one of the most addictive sweet meats on the table.

 

Kiribath

kiri

A permanent member at the kama mese, Kiribath with a dollop of Lunu Miris is the ultimate meal for you.

 

Aasmi

aasmi

Stiff string hoppers with drizzles of melted jiggery. Need we say more?

 

Narang Kavum

naran

Circular and full of sweetness, it would take a herculean effort to stop at only one.

 

Kokis

kokis

Although Kokis happens to be one of few savoury items on an avurudu table, it is a crowd favourite due to its crispy nature.

 

Plantains

banana

A traditional member at the kama mese, an avariya of ripe plantains is an ideal fruit compliment to the spread.  

 

Maalu Ambul Thiyal

malu

It is perhaps common but not a compulsory dish on the table. It is of course a great accompaniment for your Kiri Bath.

 

Athirasa

athisara

Similar in vein to Kevum minus the Kondey part, Athirasa with its easy going shape is a treat for every sweet lover.

 

Aluwa

aluwa

This dusty little triangular like shaped goodies are sweet, sweet, SWEET – perfect with a cup of plain tea as well.