Celebrate Burns Night with a tried and true haggis recipe. We've vegetarian haggis, too! Make your own homemade haggis, or find delicious ways to prepare good-quality shop-bought haggis with recipes from home cooks like you.
'Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o' the puddin-race!' Because I am vegetarian - I went in search of a version of haggis that I could eat! This one was passed on to me by some friends from Cape Breton.
A hearty dish for all the family, and a great way to try haggis and add a twist to a traditional dish.
This exquisite Scottish Balmoral chicken dish is a real treat and a special occasion dish in Scotland. Chicken breast is stuffed with haggis and wrapped in smoked bacon. Serve with neeps and tatties.
This is the recipe you need if you want to know how to cook haggis, neeps and tatties for a traditional Burns supper. I get my haggis from the butchers but Macsweens do a nice one too.
I made this haggis for Burns Night last year! Mum was Scottish, as I am, and taught me a lot. I have embraced the traditional Scottish dishes.
Chicken breast fillets, stuffed with haggis, wrapped in bacon and cooked with a savoury mushroom sauce
Recipe for a delicious roast haggis. If you are not a fan of stodgy boiled potatoes or turnips and prefer your haggis lighter and crunchier, then this recipe makes a delicious meal.
I purchased a large traditional haggis one day as it was on offer, it was sitting in my freezer for a while until I decided I would try and make some burgers with it. I put this recipe together and thought it worked well (that's if you like haggis!).
This is a traditional haggis straight out of Scotland. Try making your own for Burns Night.
The haggis and pickled onions create a surprisingly delicious taste combination in these quick canapes.