Lamprais a Sri Lankan dish of rice boiled in meat stock, and mixed with meat and vegetables. Rice is boiled in beef stock, then added to vegetables and meat and baked in a low oven after it is wrapped in a banana leaf. Baking the rice in a banana leaf gives a special flavour to the rice. Lamprais has a unique flavour and an appetizing aroma.

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