Serves 18-20 people for a main course.
The ceremonial haggis is generally carried in on a silver salver at the start of the proceedings, it is brought to the table a piper plays a suitable, rousing accompaniment. One of the invited artistes then recites the poem before the theatrical cutting of the haggis with the ceremonial knife.
The ceremonial haggis is often referred to as a chieftain haggis and our MacSween ceremonial haggis is perfect for a Burns Supper or St.Andrews night. For more information on the MacSween ceremonial haggis or organising a Burns supper view more information here:
Haggis requires gentle reheating until piping hot right through. There are three ways to reheat, but check the pack instructions first as cooking times may vary according to size.
Pan method: remove the outer plastic bag, wrap in foil and gently poach for 45 minutes, do not allow the water to boil.
Oven method: remove the outer plastic bag, wrap in foil and place in a casserole dish with a little water, place in a preheated oven at 180C, gas 4 for 1 hour.
Microwave method: remove the outer bag and skin, cut into pieces, cover and heat on medium for approximately 8 minutes, halfway through the cooking time
Lamb, Beef, Oats, Stock, Onion, Salt, Pepper, Spices. Contains no artificial flavours or colours.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. May contain Wheat (gluten)
MacSween haggis does not contain liver and is therefore safe for pregnant women.