Haggis Baked Potatoes, or Hot Baked Tatties as my gran prefers to call them, are the perfect way to spice up the humble jacket potato. This recipe comes from The Macsween Haggis Bible.
The UK’s leading producer of haggis, Macsween, has expanded its range to include a gluten free haggis, certified by Coeliac UK. The Macsween gluten free haggis is packed with the same flavour and richness as their traditional haggis but uses gluten free oats as an alternative. To celebrate, here is a recipe for a gluten free version of the celebrated traditional Scottish dish - haggis, neeps and tatties.
Every year on or around January 25th, Scots and their friends —haggis lovers and “those-who-will-go-hungry” — sit down to a Burns Supper honouring the poet Rabbie Burns. At these suppers, revellers traditionally eat a chieftain haggis, recite lines of verse, drink drams of whisky, and generally have a good time. But there are always some at … Continue reading Burns Supper haggis recipes for the terrified
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