Culinary historians generally agree that the recipe and methods for making haggis can be traced to the ancient Greeks and Romans. These recipes were likely brought to the British Isles by the Romans and adapted to local ingredients. The earliest Scottish recipes for haggis were printed in the early 15th century. There are also many conflicting theories regarding the naming of haggis.
Ingredients Water, Lamb hearts, Oats, Pork fat, Lamb liver, Pork, Salt, Natural flavors, Dehydrated onion. Free from artificial colors, flavors and preservatives.
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Posted by David Wills on 18th May 2012
Back in Scotland I ate haggis at least twice a week and it's been a major craving for the 8 months I've lived in the US. This isn't that similar to tinned haggis in Scotland; mainly the texture of tinned haggis back home is finer and drier than this...but it is fairly close to the 'real' haggis in a skin and is spiced just perfectly. I think preparation counts for a lot with this haggis and I dry fry it in a pan whilst stirring it until it just starts to brown as I think that improves the texture. All in all it's great with a baked potato or just for fellow Scots missing a taste of home. If you haven't tried haggis then this is a great example of how good it is, its really like nothing else!