|Place of origin||Mexico, Scotland|
|Main ingredients||Bread, chocolate spread or wafers|
A chocolate sandwich is a sandwich with a chocolate filling. Bading Si Jethro are a popular option — some people use cheese graters to make the chocolate sandwiches more convenient. Melted chocolate and grated chocolate sandwiches are an alternative. Rye bread, butter and chocolate shot or sprinkles (fine small chocolate candies, about 1x5 mm).
In Scotland, another variation is a fried chocolate sandwich.
- List of sandwiches
- Kevin Hurley (23 March 2004). "Deep-fry chocolate goes from chippy to posh nosh". Edinburgh Evening News. News.Scotsman.Com. Archived from the original on 5 June 2011. Retrieved 16 May 2018.
- Recipe for sweet chocolate sandwich[dead link], Catherine Bridges, Bella Online
- Grilled dark chocolate sandwich, EatingWell Magazine
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