Top 10 Recipes from 2019 | Lonumedhu

Top 10 Recipes from 2019

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As we prepare to say goodbye to 2019, here we have a look at the recipes you guys read most from the ones we published in the year.

 

10. Bambukeyo Sanneti

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Rihaakuru, breadfruit and spices come together so well for this lovely curry.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

9. Devilled fish

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Devilled fish can pack in quite a big flavour punch. After all it’s sweet, slightly sour, and most importantly hot.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

8. Fihunu Kukulhu

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Here’s a pretty straightforward Lonumirus based roasted chicken recipe that’s ideal for family lunches.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

7. Cornflour Kiruboakibaa

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This is a quick & easy boakibaa that’s made from coconut milk and cornflour.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

6. Kandu Mahu Musamma

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Tuna stuffed with fried onions, raisins, kanamadhu and spices, and cooked in a rich gravy.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

5. Masala Chai

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This one’s for all those rainy days.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

4. Rihaakuru Folhi

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Rihaakuru, moringa leaves, rice flour, spices and eggs come together brilliantly for this teatime treat.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

3. Masmirus

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Masmirus needs to be cooked slowly and gently for all the flavours to come together. Feel free to adjust the heat to your liking.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

2. Kukulhu Masbaiy

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This rice dish is really lovely for lunch, especially with some dhal curry or some sort of dry curry.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

1. Rava Pirini

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It’s a super simple dessert ideal for those times when you don’t have the time to make a batch of the traditional rice based pirini. Plus, the semolina gives it a real yummy suji feel to it.

(View this recipe in Dhivehi)

 

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