About Me

I am Anoma. I’m a housewife and working part time in my husband’s company, living in Sri Lanka. I love to cook. And needless to say, I love to eat. I don’t eat just to satisfy my hunger, I always want to eat food that is tasty, that will satisfy my taste buds.

After having children I always wanted to cook delicious food for them. So I used to try not only Sri Lankan, but other kinds of food as well. When my two children grew older they became my food tasters. All three members in my family are real foodies. So I am very happy to cook for them

So, now I would like to share all the knowledge I gathered and learned from my 27 years of my marriage life, from the many kinds of books I read of international recipes and of course, the traditional Sri Lankan recipes that we all love.

Hope you enjoy my recipes.

37 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Dear Anoma,
    Thanks for sharing your recipe. My name is Wyman. I am a researcher from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Currently, we’re working on a project about Sri Lankan culture in Hong Kong. One of the topics is food. We discussed the cooking of Mukunuwenna Mellum and Pol Sambol. One of my Sri Lankan friends recommends your blog to us. I am wondering if we can use your pictures in our exhibition writing. We would address your blog as the source of pictures in our exhibition. Your kind assistance is deeply appreciated.
    Best,
    Wyman

  2. Dear Madam,
    I am Ganusha from Sri Lanka currently working at SLT Visioncom (Pvt) Ltd which is subsidiary of Sri Lanka Telecom and one and only “IPTV Service Provider – PEO TV”.
    I have gone through your “Anoma’s Kitchen” YouTube videos and those are really informative and quality video production.
    PEO TV consist of 100+ local and foreign channels and have 250K+ subscribers.
    Currently we have our own channel called 365 channel that consists of various segment such as promotion, discounts, music, cuisine etc…
    So PEO TV 365 channel would prefer to allocate time belt in our cuisine segment to your “Anoma’s Kitchen” YouTube videos.
    If you are willing to work with PEO TV it is really appreciable if you can contact us any time regarding your concern and working model.
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  3. Dear Anoma.
    I’m a srilankan who lives in Canada. I love lankan cusine a lot. From my openion l thing srilankan cusine is the best and healthy.after a long search finaly I find our culture.please provide some Tamil flavors too.( jaffna flavour)
    I like the way you host ..It’s so happy to watch.
    Thank you

  4. Dear friend anoma
    my name is samara I live in montreal. canada. I enjoy and I really appreciate the recepies that
    you give. and I wish you all the best

  5. Hi Anoma aunty
    Hope tou are well. I’m from New York and I truly enjoy your cooking videos in YouTube.
    Out of curiosity, where are you from and where are you broadcasting from?
    Blessings….. Keep smiling

  6. Dear Anoma,
    I enjoy watching your cookery demonstrations and love the fact that you talk in Sinhala.
    I am going to try the Dello curry tonight! Wish me luck!
    Keep up with the good work.
    Love and all good wishes,
    Anudhi

  7. Hi Anomas
    I am a housewife too with two boys. We like in the UK. I really enjoy watching your recipes and tips. You present very well and it’s a joy watching you. Thank you for doing what you do.

  8. Hello I’m Haleema I like your recipes very much
    I got to know many things about cooking I didn’t know before.Pls can you upload a video on how to clean and wash fish

  9. Hi akke,
    oyage kama godak man hadanawa.oya hodata recipes denawa.mata samahara ingredients hoya ganna ba.puluwannam mewa ganna thanak kiyanna.
    basil leaf
    origano
    dun thel

    thanks and best of luck

  10. Hi Anoma,
    I love cooking and enjoy watching your recipes so much. U inspire a lot of people to cook. Can u please share more western dishes like main dishes with chicken or seafood?

    Thank you

    Dilki

  11. Hi Anoma thank you for the wonderful job u are doing. Can we please have more western fishers with chicken or seafood

    Thanks

    Dilki

  12. Mata help ekak karanda mama hadapu cake Eka ai madah hariya edenne naththe.mama 180 c 50 minutes think.

  13. Hi Anoma,
    I MADE FISH BUN, NASI GURAN RICE, CARAMAL PUDDING AND RECENTLY DATE CAKE. THEY ALL DONE PERFECTLY WELL. TO BE HONEST WITH YOU I DON’T KNOW HOW TO COOK THESES STUFF BEFORE AND YOU LIFT MY CONFIDENT.
    THANK YOU VERY MUCH

  14. Hi Anoma Aunty,
    Thank you very much for sharing your culinary knowledge through these videos.I love the way you give all the tiny little details while you cook. I live in UK at present, I always going to Asian shops to buy things and cook as per your details in recipe. I really enjoy the culinary journey that you take us in sinhala because we rarely hear sinhala here(believe me it has therapeutic value) .I could not find ‘Dunthel’ here to make dunthel rice ,I’m determined to make it once I come back to Sri Lanka.May triple gem bless you , your family and all the people behind this massive effort).

    Thank you,
    Dilshari

  15. Hi Aunty Anoma,

    It’s really interesting to watch the way you explain about how to make food. It’s so impressive. Specially you are explaining them as a kind hearted person. I must say you are doing it a great example for others who just do
    It for publicity. Proud of you as a Sri Lanka.
    Good luck..

  16. Really enjoy your videos. I have made many dishes following your recipes and my favourite is your malu ambulthiyal. I live in Canada and your Canadian or western food recipes are amazing as you give a Sri Lankan touch to it. Wish you good luck!

  17. Aunty,
    Thank you so much for sharing your cooking videos on youtube.
    I wonder in the time to come the present sri lankan generation would be aware of what traditional food & recepies are.
    I would be very pleased if u let us know how to make ‘sarana’ & how to make ‘thampala’ too! (Could be in different ways)
    I did watch your dhal curry with spinach but i do not know how to make ‘saarana’ & ‘thamapala! Also let me know what’s the english word for ‘saarana’ & ‘thampala’
    Thank You
    Sugeeth (Moratuwa)

  18. Aunty ඔයාගෙ recipes හරිම හොඳයි .මම ඒවා ගොඩක් හදල තියෙනවා .ඔයාගෙ ඉදිරිපත් කිරීම හරිම ලස්සනයි .තව තවත් අපිට දැනුම දෙන්න ,අපි ඒවා බලන්න ආසාවෙන් ඉන්නවා .
    Thank u,
    Dinusha

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