A recipe for veggie haggis. Traditionally served on Burns Night in honour of Rabbie (Robert) Burns, but a great meal all year round. Serve it with neeps (turnip) and tatties (potatoes) or wrap it in puff pasty for some lovely spicy veggie sausage rolls.
Vege Haggis: Felicity Cloake: Is a veggie version of an offal dish an abomination – or infinitely preferable to the real thing? And if you don’t like haggis, which other Scottish specialities will you be serving up on Burns Night?
This vegan haggis is perfect comfort food for any cold winter night. It& especially festive for a Burns Night supper, celebrating the great poet Robert Burns annually on 25 January. Traditional foods include haggis, bowls of steaming
These cute vegetarian haggis stuffed mushrooms can serve as a starter or main course - just double up the recipe.
Enjoy these spiced vegetarian haggis sausage rolls at your Bonfire Night party, or other outdoor autumn/winter gathering. Wrap the pastries in a double layer of foil to keep warm. And don’t forget the firecracker sauce!