Fried bread

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Fried bread
Scrambled eggs veggie sausage mushrooms and fried bread cc flickr user loopzilla.jpg
Fried bread (right) as part of a cooked breakfast
Alternative namesFried slice
TypeBread
Place of originBritain

Fried bread is a slice of bread that has been fried in oil or butter.

A full English breakfast will often include bread[1] fried in oil, butter, lard, or bacon drippings. While a traditional Irish breakfast is accompanied by soda bread, in Northern Ireland, an Ulster fry may include fried soda farls.

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  1. ^ International, Rotary (January 2001). The Rotarian. p. 12.