Chip butty facts for kids
|Alternative names||Chip sandwich, chip barm, chip roll, chip muffin, chip stottie, piece and chips, hot chip sandwich, chip sarnie, chip cob|
|Place of origin||United Kingdom, Ireland|
|Main ingredients||Bread or a bread roll, butter, chips, and sometimes condiments such as tomato ketchup, malt vinegar, or mayonnaise|
A chip butty is a sandwich filled with chips (i.e. French fries), optionally eaten with condiments such as brown sauce, ketchup, mayonnaise, or malt vinegar. The bread may be slices from a loaf or a bread roll, and is usually buttered. The chip butty can be found in fish and chip shops and other casual dining establishments in Britain and Ireland.
Other names for the sandwich may relate to the variety of bread used, such as chip roll or chip muffin, or a regional type of bread roll such as chip bap, chip cob or chip barm.
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