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Sri Lankan String Hoppers with Green Curry

String Hoppers with Green Curry by Balaji Dosai, Kandy, Sri Lanka String hoppers are one of Sri Lanka's most iconic dishes. String hoppers are made from rice flour dough that is pressed through a mold to form thin noodles that are woven into discs and steamed. The noodle cakes are served with various curries and can be eaten at all times throughout the day. In Kandy , the ancient royal capital of Sri Lanka , I stopped in at Balaji Dosai to order their famous string hoppers with green curry. string hoppers with curry at Balaji Dosai, Kandy, Sri Lanka Read more: Three Types of Hoppers in Sri Lanka  >>  Three Types of Sri Lankan Hoppers (Appam) in Colombo (theworldofstreetfood.com)

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