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Is it a potato cake or potato scallop?

By B Taylor . Created on 03 Jan, 2019
A thick cut piece of potato, battered and deep fried. Popular in Australian fish and chip shops
Gourmet and Going Out 526 votes | 62 Comments
Potato Cake

Potato Cake

Potato Scallop

Potato Scallop

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Potato Cake
Debra said 5 days ago
Where is the scallop? Oh, in the scallops.
Potato Cake
Ian said 6 days ago
Growing up in NSW they were just Scallops (without the Potato prefix). Moving to Tassie I discovered real scallops and so have called potato slices in batter Potato Cakes ever since.
Potato Cake
AmyLou said 6 days ago
Always been known as a potato cake to me growing up. Fish and chip shops have the written up as potato cakes where I grew up and where I live now
Potato Scallop
Valerie said 6 days ago
definitely a scallop-I think that potato cakes look more like the shape of a rissole
Potato Cake
Leanne said 4 days ago
They are the exact same shapes only different names.... and the name is potato cake. ;-)
Potato Scallop
Iris said 6 days ago
I make potato cakes and they look quite different.
Potato Scallop
Geoffrey said 6 days ago
ITs Australia and keep it Australia
Potato Scallop
Graham said 6 days ago
Has always been a potato scallop as long as I can remember and that's a lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng time. Latter years it did become known as Fried Cloud among a group of associates but don't ask me where that came from, think it was just a fun thing, something special for an afternoon snack.
Potato Scallop
Meg said a week ago
yum