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Hidden in some off-road track in Badaragama is a full on Go-Kart circuit developed by the David Pieris Motor Company that launched back in 2013. They also offer other leisure activities like Air-Rifle shooting, a swimming pool amidst other things so we decided to pack up and head there to experience the adrenaline rush.
The food is good, the portions are reasonable for the price, and you don't need to book a plane ticket to savour authentic Thai cuisine.
Christmas (2016) is just around the corner and here's where you can get your holiday fix in terms of food.
A surprisingly decent little cafe that's been around for a while located right next to the Dutch Hospital in Fort. They serve up some good rice and curry so it's a nice place to drop by when you're around the area during lunch time.
A well balanced meal for a miniscule amount of calories and a large portion of meat? Yes please.
<p>We got a bit excited about Diwali and tried our hand at making an Indian sweet dish — carrot halwa. It tasted AMAZING!</p> <h2>Ingredients:</h2> <ul> <li>8 Large Carrots, grated</li> <li>3.5 cups Fresh Milk</li> <li>2 Tablespoons Ghee</li> <li>10-12 Tablespoons Sugar</li> <li>20 Cashews, finely ground</li> <li>Seeds from 5 Cardamom pods, finely ground</li> <li>Sultanas and cashews for decoration (optional)</li> </ul> <h2>Method:</h2> <ul> <li>In a pan, combine the milk and carrots and let to simmer over low heat until the milk has reduced by 75%.</li> <li>Stir occasionally inbetween.</li> <li>Once the milk has reduced, add the ghee, sugar and powdered cardamom to the mixture.</li> <li>Continue to stire, and cook over a low flame.</li> <li>Towards the end, add the cashews, and stir. </li> <li>Once all the milk has evaporated, scoop into bowl.</li> <li>Decorate with sultanas or cashews and serve hot or cold.</li> </ul> <p> </p>