Shinwari Rosh for Sri Lankan Cricketers

Item in Daily Mirror, 7 June 2023 .… 

The Afghanistan cricket team that visited the island for a one-day cricket tournament in Sri Lanka took steps to prepare a special meal at the hotel where they were staying. Afghan superstars Rashid Khan and Yamin Ahmadzai had prepared this dish.

A video recorded by the Afghanistan cricket team was published on the Afghanistan Cricket Board’s official Youtube channel as well. The meal was called “Shinwari Rosh or Mutton Rosh,” which is a famous dish in Pakistan.

After preparing the meal the Afghanistan team offered prayers before sharing it with the Sri Lankan players.

While enjoying the meal, Sri Lankan cricketer

Chamika Karunarathna said while he has had mutton before, this was a special dish.  “I do not know who prepared this mutton meal, but I will ask them the recipe,” he said, clearly enjoying the meal prepared by the Afghan cricketers and said that he would make the dish for the entire team at the Asia Cup tournament.

Meanwhile, Sri Lankan Captain Dasun Shanaka also said he was having this meal for the first time and said he enjoyed it and also sharing a moment of camaraderie with the Afghan team. (Chaturanga Pradeep Samarawickrama)

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One response to “Shinwari Rosh for Sri Lankan Cricketers

  1. Mohideen A Marikar

    I haven’t had a Mutton meal since leaving Ceylon, now Sri Lanka in the seventies.
    Lucky cricketers.

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