|Place of origin||Australia|
|Main ingredients||White bread, prawns, lettuce|
A prawn roll is a take away item available in areas of Australia where prawn fishing is a major industry. Typically sold from stalls or small shops on the side of highways or in restaurants, prawn rolls are an inexpensive snack popular with travellers: They are homemade or available commercially, usually deep frozen. They typically are made using a soft white roll approximately six inches (15 cm) long, stuffed with a dozen or more peeled prawns, lettuce and remoulade, Thousand Island or cocktail-style sauce. They may be eaten cold, deep fried, or coated in tempura batter and deep fried.
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