It lacked fat content, so very dry, quite tasty but not very orthentic
Microwaved haggis makes a quick, delicious meal
Cooked in the microwave, 3 minutes + 2 minutes, this makes a really tasty, instant meal, which is good with salad or vegetables, but especially roasted vegetables, e.g. red onions, swedes, parsnips, courgettes, potatoes, etc., sprinkled with oil and cooked for about 40 minutes at 200C - delicious with the haggis!
worth a try for sure
Nothing bad to say at all, very nice not to spicy would make for a good meal come winter, i oven cooked this in its plastic seal cooked well and tasted yummie.. top quality
Best Haggis you will find in a supermarket!
The nearest thing to a "proper" butcher made haggis, and far cheaper than those too!
Best Pre-Packed Haggis I've tried
I've tried a lot of pre-packed Haggis trying to find something that tasted right! This is the closest it's come to proper Haggis, try it!
Best on the market so good I do not know where to
Best on the market so good I do not know where to have it for breakfast, lunch or evening meal. Thus I cook it at night and then can have a choice
The Best Haggis Ever!
This how haggis should be whether it's part of a Burns Supper or anytime of year! It's lovely and moist with no ingredient over powering another. I've tried other names but it's Simon Howie which comes out on top! Haggis goes very well with salad too.
It's the only haggis I've tried, so I've nothing to compare it to. But it's really delicious, and have bought it quite a few times now.
I love haggis. This is a good example of haggis with a very tasty recipie. This is my second haggis this year. Last time I just microwaved it as recommended and had it with Salad and a piece of baguette. I saved some and had it the following day as part of a fry up. Fantastic and would definitely recommend to try. It tastes very much like a peppery sausage. Yum thanks
Very tasty-had it with a whisky sauce on Burns night.