traditional kurakkan grinding stone in sri lanka

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the kurahan gala is designed to grind kurakkan a popular grain grown in sri lanka's dry zone. the grain is placed in a hole in the upper stone descends between the stones is crushed and then released from the gap between the grinding stones. miris gala (මිරිස් ගල)

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traditional sri lankan way of grinding spices stock image - image of grinding grind: 80440429 before the electric blenders the spices were painstakingly ground manually in all houses in sri lanka with the grinding stone the milk rice is a traditional sri lankan food silhouettes of the traditional sri lankan stilt fishermen traditional

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grinding stone one of the oldest tools used in sri lankan cooking the ‘miris gala’ is a two-stone grinder used to crush ingredients. it consists of one large flat stone (used as the base) and another cylindrical stone (used like a rolling pin).

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the base is a flat piece of stone and a cylindrical stone like a rolling pin is used to crush ingredients usually chillies for pol sambol or lunu miris. on the other hand the kurahan gala is the tool used to grind finger millet—better known as kurakkan—or rice to make flour used in cooking.

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rural village house in sri lanka with paddy storage – vee bissa miris gala – grinding stone – the traditional tools in sri lankan kitchen storage of paddy kitchen in a rural village house kitchen in a rural village house kurakkan gala (hand grinding mill) paduru kitchen with traditional stoves village life miris gala – grinding

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in sri lanka. in sri lanka finger millet is called kurakkan and is made into kurakkan roti – an earthy brown thick roti with coconut and thallapa – a thick dough made of ragi by boiling it with water and some salt until like a dough ball. it is then eaten with a spicy meat curry and is usually swallowed in small balls rather than chewing.

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traditional kurakkan grinding stone in sri lanka