Discover the dish known as the “National food” of the Scottish people

Scotland does not have many delicacies honored on the world cuisine map, but there is still a name that will surely impress you. Nothing else, it was Haggis. This unique dish is made from special ingredients. Discovering this flavor, you will better understand the culture as well as the culinary tradition here.

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Dubbed the “National moist” of Scotland, Haggis not only creates a highlight of the appearance but their flavor is also something that people remember forever. Ingredients such as the heart, liver and lungs are finely chopped with onions and spices. A little lamb fat will also be added to create a smooth, fatty aroma for the dish. All of those are be after mixed, will stuff into sheep stomach and tie tightly.

Haggis is cooked by boiling in boiling water for about 3 hours to cook thoroughly. The resulting product is a plump ball and a plump figure. To enjoy, people must use a knife to cut into small slices to make it easier to eat. Comes with Haggis will be indispensable mashed potatoes to create a full meal of true Scottish flavor.

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Haggis is cooked by boiling in boiling water for about 3 hours to cook thoroughly. The results product is a plump ball and a plump figure. To enjoy, people must use a knife to cut into small slices to make it easier to eat. Comes with Haggis will be indispensable mashed potatoes to create a full meal of true Scottish flavor.

It can be said that, although not as special and eye-catching as many other delicious delicacies, Haggis still creates his “unique substance” with sophistication and attractiveness. Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish that is remembered as the national dish of Scotland in the poem Address to a Haggis by Robert Burns in 1787.