|Place of origin||Scotland|
|Main ingredients||Potatoes, bread roll|
A fritter roll is a Scottish food item which can be found in many fish and chip shops ('chippy' in Scottish dialect).
A fritter roll is a large deep fried chip inside of a bread roll served with salt and vinegar.[unreliable source?] In Glasgow almost every "chippy" serves fritter rolls, served fried and crispy.
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