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|Alternative names||Fried slice|
|Place of origin||Britain|
|Cookbook: Fried bread Media: Fried bread|
A full English breakfast will often include fried bread fried in oil, butter, lard, or bacon drippings. A traditional Irish breakfast is usually accompanied by soda bread but in Northern Ireland an Ulster fry can contain fried soda farls.
- Frybread, a Native American food
- French toast, bread and eggs fried together
- Pancake, fried batter
- List of breads
- List of British breads
- List of Irish dishes
- The Rotarian. January 2001. p. 12.
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