Haggis Neeps Tatties Scotlands Traditional Dish

What is Haggis Scotlands Traditional Dish? Haggis, a Scotlands traditional savoury pudding, is normally made with minced sheep offal (heart, liver and lungs), oatmeal, onions, suet, seasonings and spices encased in an animal’s stomach.  Some variations may include beef, pork, lamb and venison.  It is usually served with boiled and mashed rutabaga or “Neeps” and Potato or “Tatties”. How to Cook and Serve Haggis? First, wash all the offal properly before cooking it.  Add food item in a cold water and let it to boil for about 2 hours.  Strain and…

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