How can you tart up Haggis?

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  1. Tetedelacourse

    Tetedelacourse New Member

    Haggis, neeps (swede) and tatties. I need to glam it up a bit. Was thinking about maybe a whisky sauce to go with it but does anyone have any other suggestions?
  2. MrGrumpy

    MrGrumpy Huge Member

    Fly Fifer
    chicken breast stuffed with haggis covered in whiskey sauce, is lovely.
  3. Just pour the malt whisky over the haggis. Don't bother with the rest of the 'sauce' :biggrin:
  4. TheDoctor

    TheDoctor Exterminate Christmas! Moderator

    I'd just drink the whisky meself, and not wreck it with the haggis. Or the neeps, for that matter
  5. Twenty Inch

    Twenty Inch New Member

    Behind a desk
    I'd do some fruity chutney relish, tart and sweet, to cut the fat and oats of the haggis.
  6. redcogs

    redcogs New Member

    Moray Firth
    A quality gravy lifts every appropriate meal onto a higher level - including haggis of course.
  7. TheDoctor

    TheDoctor Exterminate Christmas! Moderator

    Whiskey, tart,and sweet? Sounds like an ideal evening to me!!!:biggrin::tongue:
  8. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK

    Yeah, I'd say it would make a good stuffing. Or how about some egg to bind it into patties, fry, and serve in a bun? *Arch not conpletely sure about this one, having never had leftover haggis, but thinks it might be worth a try?*
  9. Dayvo

    Dayvo Just passin' through

    Garlic, tomato sauce, Tabasco might help! :biggrin:
  10. Keith Oates

    Keith Oates Janner

    Penarth, Wales
    Just make a nice big indentation in the neeps with the back of a table spoon and fill the 'crater' with Whiskey. No other sauce required!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. TheDoctor

    TheDoctor Exterminate Christmas! Moderator

    Better off with the whisky IMHO.
    And hallucinogenics.
    Or just an Indian takeaway and feed the haggis to the dog (if you don't like dogs!)

    *doesn't like haggis at all*
  12. I'm with the Doctor. Don't put quality whisky anywhere near a saucepan. A blend, on the other hand ...
    I'd say a whisky sauce would be too sweet to go with haggis. I'd go with Redcogs and just serve it up with gravy. Maybe with a green veg on the side, something like steamed cabbage.
    It's a tricky one to tart up, because it's so nice as it is.
  13. andygates

    andygates New Member

    Gravy all the way, baby.

    A knob of melted butter.

    The best addition to haggis is more haggis.

    You could try a Flying Scotsman - a haggis-stuffed chicken breast (or whole chicken? Mmmm, nom nom nom!
  14. domtyler

    domtyler Über Member

    You could make little wee kilts and tam o'shanters for the haggis if you felt like it maybe?
  15. Yes, plenty of butter in the mash. Ginger in the swedes and pepper in the spuds works well too.
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