Traditional Haggis Recipe
So what is haggis and where can you find one?Looking for a haggis recipe? Well, you've come to the right place.
Haggis gets a somewhat mixed reaction, even here in it's country of origin. It always puzzles me that when people find out what ingredients make up a haggis recipe they screw up their faces in digust yet will quite happilly stuff their faces with some of the muck from multi-national fast food chains!
There are many ways to enjoy haggis~~
OK, what's in it and how do you make one?There are numerous recipes with every butcher and granny claiming to have their own secret ingredients which makes theirs just that little bit different - different blend of spices, perhaps some smoked or game meat.
Haggis though, was created by poverty, need and the necessity to use every bit of meat and food available even if they were the "nasty bits"! Primarirly a peasants dish.
Take one sheep ............
I'm sure you'll eventually find a butcher or manufacturer who does you favourite recipe and that, my friend, is by far the easiest way to go. Just take it home boil, bake, fry or whatever and you're done.
For the more adventurous read on ............
Haggis ingredients and recipe
Sheeps 'pluck' (heart, liver and lungs), minced (ground) with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally encased in the animals stomach and boiled.
Haggis is traditionally served with bashed neeps and chappit tatties. That's mashed turnip or swede and potatoes to the uninitiated. And it's even more fun with good company and a little alcoholic refreshment ....
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