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    The bottom one is a PITA so top one and Parma. What kind of weirdo calls it a "Parmi"???

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    Definitely a chicken parmi as in PARMIgiana. Doesn't matter to me the chips are under or to the side. I'd eat it mixed anyway.

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    Parmy where I'm from! And chips on the side so they don't get steamed under there & go soggy.

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    Parmi. Or chicken in pyjamas according to my Mum LOL.

    Chips on the side but either way not fussed.

    Homemade parmi with ham and eggplant is the best!

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    Parmie here.

    I don't like chips so i am not fussed as they get left anyway and salad. Nom nom nom

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    Chips @ salad😊 I just move the parma off the chips if it's bothering me😊

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    Parmi...don't eat it so can't say how I'd prefer it served up lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wissa View Post
    Parmi. Or chicken in pyjamas according to my Mum LOL.

    Chips on the side but either way not fussed.

    Homemade parmi with ham and eggplant is the best!
    Exactly this! We often call it chicken pyjamas.

    I say Chips on the side so they're not soggy.

    There is something even better than Parmigiana at our local. It's called an ABC. Chicken schnitzel with feted bacon, avocado and melted cheese!'

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    Default Very Important Question!

    Double post...sorry.

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    I think it's a parma

    I actually wouldn't order this meal as crumbed stuff often has egg as an ingredient and I'm allergic. I've made them at home before though.

    If I *did* have one of these at an eatery I'd be fine with them plonking it on top of the chips. Just means the chips get a bit of sogginess and flavouring and I'm all for that


 

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