Kottu is popular street food in Sri Lanka
Kottu is a popular food in Sri Lanka and is a favourite food of tourists from all over the country. Roti, Aromatic, spicy, crispy vegetables and delicious meat.
Each kottu is made on a single grid. The process begins with spices such as ginger, garlic, pandan leaves, curry, chilli, cardamom and cinnamon. Mix with carrots, leeks, or other vegetables, In the process, metal instruments emit a loud sound and are recognized as universal music heard on the streets of Sri Lanka every evening.
Traditionally, Kottu-top eggs are used to hold ingredients, and most varieties of the dish use meat, usually generously seasoned beef or chicken. When all the ingredients are placed on a flat sizzling grill, traditional long metal jars are used to cut (and combine) the kottu.
Each kottu is made up of a single grid. The process begins with spices such as ginger, garlic, pandan leaves, curry, chilli, cardamom and cinnamon. Add a slice of bread mixed with carrots, leeks or other vegetables, and the other ingredients with flatbread are eggs, meat and salsa, spicy sauce/gravy. The ingredients are made in a hot cast-iron grill and are broken and mixed with repeated use of a heavy iron blade/spatula. Its sound can be heard from afar. It is often served with savannah, a flavouring flavour.