Cooking Haggis

Quick and Simple


Your haggis requires heating until piping hot. How you do this is up to you of course - it rather depends on how much time you have. Some people wrap the haggis in foil, place in a roasting tin with a small amount of water and heat in the oven. Others take it out of its casing, place the haggis in a bowl and microwave for the requisite time.

Just don't forget that you need to remove haggis from the casing before serving. Easiest and quickest of all is our microwaveable version containing two slices of haggis in a pack that goes straight into the microwave. It'll be ready before your toast!

All Macsween products come with suggested cooking times and instructions on the back of the packaging.