Burns Night Recipes: Haggis in the Hole

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Yorkshire pud and haggis - a match made in heaven
Yorkshire pud and haggis – a match made in heaven

We all enjoy sitting down to a ‘groaning trencher’ of haggis, neeps, and tatties on Burns night, but over recent years we’ve all seen new interpretations of our Bard’s favourite dish. Haggis samosas, pizzas, crisps are just some of the Haggis products you might see in the shops in Scotland! So we’ve decided to delve right in there and create some of our own haggis concoctions.

First of our creations has been inspired by the wonderful county of Yorkshire and its contribution to culinary culture: the yorkshire pudding. So if you fancy a bit of a Yorkshire twist on your Burns night, follow the recipe below for a delicious Haggis in the Hole!

 Ingredients

1 and a half cups plain flour
3 eggs beaten
1 and a half cup milk
2 tablespoons melted butter
1 tablespoon vegetable oil.

Process

1) Whisk flour, eggs, milk, and melted butter until there are no lumps and let stand for 30 minutes.
2) Pre-heat your oven to 220°C or Gas Mark 7.
3) Put oil in non stick baking tin and pre heat the tin in the oven to make the oil very hot.
4) Take your haggis, pierce the skin and take all the contents out. Mash it up with the fork.
5) Take out the tin from the oven. Test the heat of the oil by dropping a little bit of batter in it. If it sizzles its ready.
6) Dollop lumps of the haggis into the tin and pour batter on top.
7) Bake for 30-40 minutes or until Batter is risen and golden brown. 

Finally serve up with neeps and tatties or the vegetables of your choice! You can also add some gravy if you fancy it too.

Mmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmm
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2 thoughts on “Burns Night Recipes: Haggis in the Hole

    Susan said:
    January 14, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    Reblogged this on Tartan Rush and commented:
    Leave it to the Burns Museum to come up with a new spin on an old favorite! Who’s got plans for Burns Night 2015?

    Susan said:
    January 14, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    This looks good!

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