Avocado with Condensed Milk
Coconut (Pol) Sambol
Coconut Soup (`Kiri Hodhi’)
Fresh fruit (e.g. Banana)
Buttered Bread Pudding/French Toast
Tea (Ceylon Tea, of course!)
Dhal (Red Lentil Vegtable Curry
Pappadums – Deep fried or Microwaved
Chutney or Pickle
`Fowl Curry’ (Broiling Hen Curry)
Fried Dried Fish with Fried Red Chillies
Onion Curry or `Seeni’ Sambol
Salad or Slaw
Sweets (Something light)
Seafood Platter, with Lemon Sauce
Pancakes with Curry
These are items that are had at all times
Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner.
Hoppers/Stringhoppers, to name a couple.
Generally, Hoppers are catered for by a `Hopper Man'
(I've not as yet heard of a `Hopper Woman' as such)
especially for `occasions'.
To make hoppers calls for some work and a good
mixture that few can get easily,
so, it is easier to buy them.
Your local Sri Lankan food outlet may be able to advise
regards caterers or suppliers.