Haggis is hugely versatile dish, and at Macsween we love trying new ways to cook with it. This year, over the festive period, we’ve been looking at how we can break with tradition and work haggis in to our Christmas and New Year menus. Why not try out some of our suggestions below?
Haggis and Fig Tatin
For a show-stopping starter, why not try our very own James Macsween’s specialty - a Haggis and Fig tatin. With the most basic of ingredients – pastry, red onion marmalade, fresh figs, and a touch of caramel – this recipe is extremely simple to make and certainly looks special! Find the recipe here.
Haggis Sausage Rolls
This delicious snack makes the perfect addition to your festive menu. You could use these as festive canapes before the main event, as a scrumptious snack before bed on Christmas night, or have them ready for first-footers after the bells on Hogmanay! Get the recipe here.
Give your Christmas Dinner a makeover by trying something completely different this year. Haggis Wellington makes a delicious alternative to turkey on Christmas Day. This particular recipe can be made with our vegetarian haggis as well, for a meat-free alternative to Christmas dinner.
Don’t forget, haggis is not just for Burns! If you’re looking for new ways to use haggis in your kitchen, head over to our recipes page for inspiration.