Edwin: So, what about Sri Lankan food? What are some of the good dishes in Sri Lanka?
Buddhi: What we eat every day, almost every day, is rice and curry, so lunch is usually rice and curry. Curry will be usually spicy, and we eat lots of veggies, so we'll have like at least two or three dishes of different kinds of veggies, all cooked with different kinds of spices, and we have so many styles, and we'll have something fried as well along with green leaves, a dish that's a definite Sri Lankan lunch.
Edwin: Is it really spicy?
Buddhi: The curry yes, but it depends, like at my house my dad loves a lot of spices in it, and my mom does cook a lot of spicy food, but she knows that I can't eat too much spice, so she makes sure that I can eat it as well, so it turns out to be really good, and one more I want you to know is roti. It's called roti, and you eat it with coconut sambol like. It's a mixed coconut dish.
Edwin: Ah, so it's a bit sweet.
Buddhi: No, no, it's spicy. We put a lot of chili powder and also maybe chicken or fish curry. I love that. I love that. But the rhoti is actually made out of coconuts as well, but it's not sweet. It's not sweet. And another one, called hopper. You need a special pan to make it, and you can eat it with egg in it. Also, like for an evening, you can put honey or sugar in it and make it the sweet way, and it will be like really yummy to have tea or something.