Haggis can be found on the menus of high-end restaurants, proving that it belongs with the finest dishes served daily by Michelin star chefs. The title of ‘Scottish Haggis Champion’ is considered the ‘Holy Grail’ of competition success among Scotland’s elite butchers. Only a handful have ever won the title making those who have, members of the most exclusive club in our industry.
There are a couple of special celebration nights in Scotland – Burns Night and Hogmanay – when the traditional dish of haggis, tatties, and neeps is served. The haggis makes or breaks this recipe, so make sure you buy a good quality haggis. Haggis is a famous Scottish dish and we are sharing a new take on some traditional recipes so please feel free to browse and try them out and let us know how your culinary adventure turned out.
Haggis. The national dish of Scotland with roots in folklore and tradition. A ‘peasant food’ that has risen to become, like tartan and scotch whisky, an icon of Scottish culture known around the world.