Wednesday, 4 April 2012

What a Whopper

I simply love this, have you ever seen such a big one before?

I’ve seen ones half this size but this one is humongous. It is a Haggis of course, I friend of my husbands was in Bonny Scotland visiting his Mother and brought it back for us.

haggis

I like to slice it up, freeze it in portions and have if fried yum yum yum!

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17 comments:

applejack cards by sue said...

Well Jak...no, I haven't seen one that size before...I didn't know you could freeze the slices, a really good idea.

Anonymous said...

Oooo Jak,just don`t know what to say :)
Hope you enjoy.

Sian xx

Dawn said...

Yum yum I love haggis! great on a bread roll with brown sauce!
Hugs
Dawn xx

Dora said...

ha ha that is really huge and you look so happy in that photo :D Enjoy xx

Elaine said...

I love haggis ...hugs Elaine

great photo jak

Shazza said...

yes indeed that is a big haggis Jack...enjoy x

Buttons said...

Words fail me! Hope you enjoy it!!!
Hugs, Buttons x

Elizabeth said...

Hi, I live in Scotland and I've never seen a haggis that size, let alone bought one. I like my haggis steamed or microwaved but some folks love it fried for breakfast. Enjoy! Elizabeth

Lesley said...

Oh Jak you are sooooooo funny.....
Hugs Lesley Warwks

Mad Mary said...

Even though i am Scottish, i don't like Haggis, never ever seen one like that Jak!! It surely is a whopper.

Enjoy!!

Mary xx

flutterbys-n-faeries said...

zap in microwave for a couple of minutes and mash up with fork...yummy! or deep fried in batter!

christi said...

ewwwwwwwwwwwwww this of course comes from the other side of the pond.
c

Ann Marie Governale said...

I am speechless!!

Anonymous said...

mmmmmmmm Haggis supper from chip shop - Fried Haggis,chips,salt n sauce mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

My mum's mum was scottish so we use to visit Scotland when we were younger. Always remember the haggis suppers. Down here (london) no one sells it and the only fix we have now is from the supermarket with tatties and neeps. Still yummy though

liz H

sallysbitz said...

It sure is a big one Lol.

I have never tried haggis before.

hugs sally x
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Eleanor said...

Jak, have you tried Balmoral Chicken? Make a pocket in a chicken breast and stuff with haggis. Wrap in bacon rasher and bake for 40 mins @ 190c. Deglaze pan with a little whiskey and a double cream. Mmmm delicious.

Love reading your blog

Mary Roberson said...

Never heard of it before. I guess its one of those things that tastes better than it looks? Sounds somewhat similar to sausage?