Burns Night: 7 alternative ideas for haggis that actually look delicious
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If the sight of a big haggis turns you off a bit, we’re here to prove the Scottish delicacy is tastier and more versatile than you might think. January 25 marks the annual celebration of the life and work of Scottish poet Robert Burns. There are many ways to get into the spirit – a ceilidh, whisky or a kilt – but one of the most important traditions is the savoury pudding made from sheep offal, suet, spices and oatmeal - the humble haggis. Burns Night tradition says that you must “address the haggis”, if you’re being really strict about it, while reading the Robert Burns poem of the same name, before shouting “the haggis!” while you cheers with whisky. So, yeah, it’s a pretty important slice of savoury pudding. Now, we understand if this particular Scottish delicacy sounds a bit intimidating. Especially when it looks the way it does and you have no idea what to do with it… So here are some other ways to try haggis this Burns Night.
1. Haggis scotch eggs
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