Home-made Haggis

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Open Rhodes Around Britain

Open Rhodes Around Britain

By Gary Rhodes

Published 1996

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This traditional Scottish dish goes back to the 1600s, although it didn’t really become a common dish until the mid 1700s in Edinburgh. It’s not one that’s going to be made on a daily basis, but if you do feel like having a go and you’ve never eaten it before you will be more than pleasantly surprised.

Haggis has a faggot-like consistency that certainly isn’t short of flavour. I personally love to eat a good haggis with mashed turnips, the real Scottish way. The mashed ‘turnips’ in