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Duck Liver, Heart, Kidney, Black Pudding and Haggis Brunch

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What do you do with the giblets from a duck you’re planning to roast? Brown them off and make a stock? That’s an option. Or chuck them together with some … Continue reading

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Sous Vide Chicken Breast Stuffed with Haggis, Black Pudding and Umami #5 Taste Paste

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I’ve gone umami-daft in the Recipe Shed just lately. As you foodies know, umami is the fifth taste sense (after salt, sweet, bitter and sour) that identifies savoury notes in … Continue reading

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Ulltimate Umami Breakfast: Haggis and Porcini on Sour Dough with Lurpak, Grana Padano and Black Truffle

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Some of the best breakfasts are those that haven’t been planned for. ┬áThis one was inspired when I was sent a pack of Lurpak’s new Slowly Churned Butter to try. … Continue reading

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Sous Vide Bacon-wrapped Chicken Breasts stuffed with Haggis & Black Pudding

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I’ve cooked with haggis before, but like most people, only on or around Burns Night on January 25. However, some people have an aversion to haggis because they don’t particularly … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Burns’ Night Haggis-Stuffed Potato Cakes with Pan-Fried Chicken Breast and Whisky Cream Sauce

  The simplest way to make a Burns’ Night supper is to boil or gently fry a haggis and crumble it over a pile of Tatties and Neeps. But we … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Burns’ Night Haggis-Stuffed Chicken Breast and Whisky Sauce

I bought quite a big haggis at the weekend, so I’ve cut it in half and used one half for this delicious midweek feast and will have the rest, baked, … Continue reading

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