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Athirasa or Athiraha ((Sinhala: අතිරස) means extremely tasty) is a sweet of Sri Lankan cuisine. It is a sweet-cake of jaggery and rice flour made into a paste flattened into circles and fried. Athirasa is served on festive occasions along with other sweets such as Kavum, Kokis, and Aluwa.
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