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Published on Jan 25, 2017
On the 25th of January each year, Scots around the world celebrate the birthday of the poet Rabbie Burns by eating haggis. Traditional haggis is made from a sheep;s pluck - its heart, liver and lungs. These are finely chopped or minced and cooked up with oatmeal and barley, stuffed into a sheep's stomach, and cooked some more.
Haggis is a serious bit of nose-to-tail cookery. This year, I decided to do a vegetarian haggis. This vegetable-based haggis recipe still uses the grains, and recreates the savoury, peppery flavour and texture of traditional haggis - it's actually delicious.