This is brilliant and a quintessentially Scottish dish. Feel free to use different cuts of meat. I like it with leftover roast lamb, but it's so good it's almost worth roasting some especially for it. As in Italy, the recipes will vary depending on which area of the country you're in, but, I can tell you, there's nothing better than a hearty bowl of Scotch broth - so tuck in...
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 389kcal
- Carbs 31.3g
- Sugar 10.9g
- Fat 18.6g
- Saturates 6.7g
- Protein 22.7g
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