Bosna (sausage)

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Bosna
2174 - Salzburg - Bosna.JPG
Place of origin
Austria
Main ingredients
White bread, Bratwurst, onions, tomato ketchup, mustard, curry powder
Cookbook:Bosna  Bosna

Bosna (sometimes Bosner) is a spicy Austrian fast food dish, it is said to have originated in either the city of Salzburg or Linz, nowadays it's popular all over western Austria and southern Bavaria.

It resembles a hot dog, consisting mainly of a Bratwurst sausage, onions, and a blend of mustard and/or tomato ketchup and curry powder. Bosna is made with white bread and is usually grilled briefly before serving.

Variations[edit]

Several variations of the dish exist:

  • Kleine Bosna (small bosna), with only one sausage
  • Große Bosna (large bosna), with two sausages
  • Kafka (named after Franz Kafka, Käsekrainer Bosna), with a different sausage type; generally a sausage with a different meat, more spice and cheese