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Published on Jan 25, 2019
With Burns Night coming up, I'd planned to make a haggis from scratch, but my plans were thwarted by the butcher who forgot to order me a sheep's pluck (heart, liver and lungs). Instead, I bought a haggis from the supermarket, mixed it with some pork sausagemeat, and made haggis scotch eggs. It's an interesting thing that regular scotch eggs don't have anything to do with Scotland - they were invented by Fortnum & Mason in London 150 years ago. But stick some haggis around your scotch egg and it really is Scottish!