A few things about Sri Lankan food can be said with certainty Sri Lankan’s thoroughly love species, they love food that explodes with flavor, and many enjoy deep fried, and very tasty, snacks. Whatever, you choose to eat in Sri Lanka, your mouth is going to rejoice with happiness. Sri Lanka being an island with tropical climate, coconuts and fish are two of the most influential components of ingredient in cooking. Rice and curry is the Sri Lankan staple, though various kinds of bread, both roti style flatbreads and even loaves of bread are very common. Now for the finger-licking good ones;
Deviled Sweet and Sour Fish Curry
In Sri Lanka, there are a lot of different deviled dishes. For instance, deep fried fish smothered in a lovely sweet and sour sauce light fried again with red onions and banana peppers. It will be great with fried rice and flatbread paratha on the side.
Fish Curry and Mixed Rice
There’s nothing more common to eat as Sri Lankan food than a nutritious plate of rice and curry. You normally get a plate of rice piled with a few of the daily vegetable curries and a choice of fish curry as well.
As extremely popular Sri Lankan street food fish is known as kottu or kottu roti. Essentially it is composed with shredded pieces of Sri Lankan godamba roti, which is sort of like a giant paratha, that is stir fried with an assortment of spices and a choice of other meaty ingredients. Kottu roti is sort of like the “ hamburger “ of Sri Lanka, something that’s so tasty, available as a fast meal.
Deep Fried Chicken Fried Rice
If only more countries in the world knew about fried chicken fried rice it would be integrated into cuisines around the world.
Another variation of Kottu is with vegetables and egg - a very good combo. The vegetables include a few meager sprigs of leeks, onions and cabbage, and the sizzling godamba roti is lathered with egg go make it even more richer and more delicious.
If vegetarian Kottu is the hamburger of Sri Lanka, cheese Kottu is the quadruple bacon cheese burger. Yellow curry powder flavor is bumped up for a few notches with cheese kottu and its a Sri Lankan food you just can’t miss. The cheese it is not traditional yellow, cheese but rather more like a cottage milk cheese.