What is a “dry crisp sandwich”?

The BBC article Bradford school bans sausage rolls from packed lunches quotes a father saying:

He ended up eating a dry crisp sandwich. How is that any healthier?

What does that mean?


Potato chips are known as crisps in the UK.

A dry crisp sandwich is two slices of bread, unbuttered, with potato chips as the filling of the sandwich. This is by no means an unusual thing in the UK.

See crisp sandwich and other variations.

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