Crisp sandwich

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Crisp sandwich
White Bread Crisp Sandwich .jpg
Alternative namesChip sandwich, chipwich, potato chip sandwich
Place of originUnited Kingdom
Main ingredientsBread, crisps

A crisp sandwich (in British English or Hiberno-English), piece and crisps (in Scottish English), chip sandwich, chipwich, potato chip sandwich, crisp sarnie, crisp butty, or chippy sandwich (Australian English) is a sandwich that includes crisps (potato chips) as one of the fillings.[1] In addition to the crisps, any other common sandwich ingredient may be added.

Crisp sandwiches are particularly popular in Britain[2][3][4][5] and Ireland. There are crisp sandwich shops in West Yorkshire[6] as well as Belfast,[7] both of which opened in 2015.

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  1. ^ Graves, H. (2015). 101 Sandwiches: A collection of the finest sandwich recipes from around the world. EBL-Schweitzer. Ryland Peters & Small. p. 82. ISBN 978-1-78249-299-3. Retrieved January 9, 2017.
  2. ^ Mock, Charlie. "Your definitive guide to the best and worst crisp sandwiches".
  3. ^ "How to Take Your Crisp Sandwich Game to the Next Level". 13 May 2016.
  4. ^ "The Ultimate Guide To Crisps Sandwiches". 22 January 2015.
  5. ^ Gorman, Rachel (16 September 2017). "Bottomless retro crisp sandwich buffet coming to Nottingham for one night only".
  6. ^ Hamalienko, Simon (29 July 2015). "England's first crisp sandwich shop is opening - and it's NOT in London".
  7. ^ Monroe, Jack (13 January 2015). "Crunch time: the art of the crisp sandwich". the Guardian.