Haggis - boil, bake or microwave ????

andym

War Hero
Doesnt really matter,it will still taste like a cross between a dead sheep and a set of bagpipes!!!
 

calvin1975

Midshipman
boil!!, eat with neeps, and tatties mashed with tartan milk!!, afterwards have shortbread, whisky and punjana tea!
 
calvin1975 said:
boil!!, eat with neeps, and tatties mashed with tartan milk!!, afterwards have shortbread, whisky and punjana tea!

whilst all tips are gratefully received some are more useful than others. Thanks Calvin - what's tartan milk?????

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You've got to shoot it first... then skin it, gut it and only then can you bake it in a stone oven with heather sprigs hanging off the walls and playing the bagpipes (Scotland the Brave) to musically tenderise the meat.

The fur is usually used as a trimming on ladies gloves.
 

calvin1975

Midshipman
civvy!, rivet asked what tartan milk was, we all know haggis are furry and have one leg longer than the other 'cause of standing half way up the hill all day!
 
calvin1975 said:
its from tartan cows rivet!!!

dont you know anything?
I'm an ignorant sassenach calvin - but happy to learn :wink: I was brought up on Jimmy Shand though. Anyone got any good links so I can listen to some nice music while I'm cooking/eating :lol:
 

RoofRat

War Hero
Nobody has mentioned a dustbin yet?????
I've tried them a couple of times, and the closest I have come to a discription, is , "it's like a polythene bag full of hot porridge and rubber bands".
Sorry, I just can't get used to the taste and texture.
RoofRat
 

Jack77

War Hero
Place your haggis and a stone in a large pot and bring to the boil. After two hours, discard the haggis and eat the stone!
 

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