Kottu refers ot one of the popular foods in Sri Lanka which is composed of shredded pieces of Sri Lankan Paratha bread which is stir fried with assorted spices and choices of meat or vegetable ingredients.

Kottu is also one of Sri Lankan popular street foods. It is said to be Sri Lanka's version of Hamburger, something so delicious and Hard to resist.

There are several varieties of Kottu: (1) Egg Kottu which is made with vegetables (leeks, cabbage, onions) and egg ; and (2) Cheese Kottu made with addition of cheese, like a Cheeseburger.

Kottu is often served with a separate bowl of curry sauce to give extra moisture and add extra flavor to the stir-fried Paratha (Sri Lanka's flatbread).

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