2 Reviews

Very easy to prepare with ingredients that are much easier to obtain here in the states. I made sure to use pinhead oats, and I added a 1/4 pound of suet for a more traditional consistency (and it's easier to beer batter and fry up with some chips!) I couldn't locate any casings larger than summer sausage in my locale so I used a boiling bag and it worked just find.

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Cowgo May 20, 2005

Now this is Haggis! While I would personally never touch the stuff (seen too many Ren. Faire versions) I congratdulate you on posting an recipe that is truely close to the origional. Sheep's stomachs are rather hard to come by these days, LOL. Thank you so very much- as an American of semi-Scot descent married to a man of Mexican descent, I find it important to serve a country's national dish as close to the local fare as possible. A thousand thanks, Sarah

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~*Sarah*~ January 02, 2003
The Frugal Gourmet's Haggis