Thursday February 2, 2012
Hasty, tasty leftovers!
According to the 'Love food, Hate waste' website, each UK
household throws away around £430 a year on food, yet most of it
was still in date and perfectly edible! So, if you over cater
on the haggis, read on for some delicious wallet-friendly
tips. Allow left over haggis to cool properly, put into a
sealed container and store in the fridge for no more than 48
If it's a tasty breakfast you're after, try frying the haggis
(traditional or vegetarian) which can be mixed up with left over
mashed neeps and tatties to make an interesting hash. Or try
fried haggis and onions - a favourite of Clarissa Dickson
Wright. Haggis on hot buttered toast is sublime, as are
haggis potato cakes and haggis tattie scones.
For brunch try pepping yourself up with a haggis tostados filled
with salsa, sour cream, chillies and fresh coriander. And a simple
supper can made with haggis in a baked tattie, along with baked
For more great ideas on how to love food and hate waste go to www.wasteawarelovefood.org.uk
Got any good suggestions to pass on? Tell us!