We’re not ones to blow our own trumpets (or bagpipes) but we couldn’t help sharing some good news with you this St Andrews Day.... Both Macsween Traditional and Macsween Vegetarian Haggis have been voted Scotland’s Best in a recent Scotpulse survey!
So if you’d like to celebrate Scotland’s national day with Scotland’s favourite haggis, we’ve got some great recipe ideas to help you wow friends and family alike.
St Andrews Day 2019 falls on a Saturday and we know that for many people that’s the night when they look forward to a curry. Well, don’t worry, with this recipe you can celebrate Scotland’s national day with Scotland’s national dish and still enjoy classic Indian flavours at the same time! All that and it’s a vegan friendly dish for all the family too.
2. Salt Baked Highland Leg of Lamb with Macsween Haggis Stuffing
This dish is perfect for special occasions and what could be a more special occasion than St Andrew’s Day? Savour the combination of being able to enjoy a roast and Macsween Haggis together.
3. Vegan Haggis Poutine
St Andrews Day isn’t just celebrated in Scotland, but everywhere that you can find members of the Scottish diaspora. Many Canadians are particularly proud of their Scottish roots and we’ve got the perfect fusion dish to help celebrate that joint identity; Vegan Haggis Poutine! Vegan cheese and gravy blend with chips and Macsween’s Haggis to create a dish that’s deliciously indulgent whichever side of the Atlantic you’re on.
Of course, we couldn’t list our top recipe suggestions for St Andrew’s Day without mentioning the quintessential Scottish dish. Haggis, Neeps and Tatties is a timeless classic which will transport your taste buds to Scotland wherever in the world you may be.
However and wherever you’re celebrating St Andrew’s Day this year, we’d like to wish you all the best from our family to yours.