Chicken breast stuffed with haggis & wrapped in pancetta is a real show stopper. Best of all, its really simple to make. Take a look.
If you’re looking for the truly authentic way of serving traditional haggis (and vegetarian haggis too), bashed neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes) are a must. Be as fancy as you like in preparing your plate. Served in a tower is one way to impress your guests, but a generous scoop of each on a plate … Continue reading How to cook haggis, neeps and tatties
Last week the Macsween Haggis team shared some of their favourite haggis lunch recipes on Facebook. Their haggis quesadillas looked delicious and the cheese and haggis toasties were a triumph. Now the Macsween Haggis team know their haggis, but as haggis aficionados ourselves, could we do any better? Haggis and Cheese scones anyone? Scones are … Continue reading Haggis and cheese scones
Haggis is the national dish of Scotland and is a bit of a legend. Enjoyed all year round, and an essential part of a traditional Burns Supper, still many ask ‘What is a haggis?’. To clear up any misconceptions, here are a few facts about haggis. Well, first here’s what it’s not. 1. It is … Continue reading 11 delicious facts about haggis
If you're having friends over for a few drinks this weekend or looking for a wee snack to serve while watching the game, you can't go wrong with these haggis nachos. They take only 10 minutes to prepare and will move almost as swiftly from the plate. Enjoy! Preparation time: less than 10 minutes. Serves … Continue reading Macsween haggis nachos
As St Andrew's Day is not too far away, we simply couldn't miss the opportunity to celebrate Scotland's national dish a little differently this year. The clever chiefs at Macsweens have come up with a little twist to the traditional haggis, neeps and tatties making it a simple dish to serve any night of the week, … Continue reading Baby Haggis tatties