This recipe is inspired by a particularly delicious version I tried at the Ubiquitous Chip restaurant in Glasgow. They serve their haggis on large spoons instead of in the sheep's stomach (which is the traditional way). So I've decided to write a recipe that anyone, anywhere in the world, can make as long as they have access to a fairly decent butcher. I think it still preserves the beautiful soul and attitude of haggis, and my mate Peter Begg, who is 110% Scottish, says it's the nicest haggis he's ever had. That made my year, so what are you waiting for? Crack on!
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 321kcal
- Carbs 24g
- Sugar 2.8g
- Fat 14.4g
- Saturates 4.7g
- Protein 27g
This recipe is from:
Jamie's Great Britain
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