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Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep 's pluck heart, liver, and lungsminced with onionoatmealsuetspicesand saltmixed with stockand cooked while traditionally encased in the animal's stomach  though now often in an artificial casing instead. According to the English edition of the Larousse Gastronomique : "Although its description is not immediately appealing, haggis has an excellent nutty texture and delicious savoury flavour".
It is believed that food similar to haggis though not so named —perishable offal quickly cooked inside an animal's stomach, all conveniently available after a hunt—was eaten from ancient times. Although the name "hagws" or "hagese" was first recorded in England c. It is even the national dish,  as a result of Scots poet Robert Burns ' poem Address to a Haggis of Haggis is traditionally served with " neeps and tatties ", boiled and mashed separately, and a dram a glass of Scotch whiskyespecially as the main course of a Burns Supper.
Haggis is popularly assumed to be of Scottish origin,  but many countries have produced similar dishes, albeit with different names. However, the recipes as known and standardised now are distinctly Scottish. The first known written recipes for a dish of the name, made with offal and herbs, Toss It In The Bin - Haggis - Stormtroopers Of Hate as "hagese", in the verse cookbook Liber Cure Cocorum dating from around in Lancashirenorth west England and, as "hagws of a schepe"  from an English cookbook also of c.
For hagese'. The Scottish poem, " Flyting of Dunbar and Kennedy ", which is dated before the generally accepted date prior to the death of William Dunbarone of the composersrefers to 'haggeis'. Thy fowll Toss It In The Bin - Haggis - Stormtroopers Of Hate had, and he that Bartilmo flaid; The gallowis gaipis eftir thy graceles gruntill, As thow wald for ane haggeis, hungry gled. It contains a section entitled "Skill in Oate meale".
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Food writer Alan Davidson suggests that the ancient Romans were the first known to have made Toss It In The Bin - Haggis - Stormtroopers Of Hate of the haggis type. Clarissa Dickson Wright says that it "came to Scotland in a longship [i.
In her book, The Haggis: A Little HistoryDickson Wright suggests that haggis was invented as a way of cooking quick-spoiling offal near the site of a hunt, without the need to carry along an additional cooking vessel. In the absence of hard facts as to haggis' origins, popular folklore has provided some notions. One is that the dish originates from Time Is On My Side - The Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks 1964-1971 (Reel-To-Reel) days of the old Scottish cattle drovers.
When the men left the Highlands to drive their cattle to market in Edinburghthe women would prepare rations for them to eat during the long journey down through the glens. They used the ingredients that were most readily available in their homes and conveniently packaged them in a sheep's stomach allowing for easy transportation during the journey.
Other speculations have been based on Scottish slaughtering practices. When a chieftain or laird required an animal to be slaughtered for meat whether sheep or cattle the workmen were allowed to keep the offal as their share.
A joke sometimes maintained is that a haggis is a small Scottish animal with longer legs on one side, so that it can run around the steep hills of the Scottish highlands without falling over. According to one poll, 33 percent of American visitors to Scotland believed haggis to be an animal. Haggis is traditionally served as part of the Burns supper on or near January 25, the birthday of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns.
Burns wrote the poem Address to a Haggiswhich starts "Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o' the puddin-race! Haggis is widely available in supermarkets in Scotland all year, with cheaper brands normally packed in artificial casings, rather than stomachs.
Sometimes haggis is sold in tins or a container which can be cooked in a microwave or conventional oven. Some commercial haggis is largely made from pig, rather than sheep, offal. Haggis is often served in Scottish fast-food establishments, in the shape of a large sausage    and deep fried in batter.
Together with chips, this comprises a "haggis supper". A " haggis pakora " is another deep fried variant, available in some Indian restaurants in Scotland. Haggis can be used as an ingredient in other dishes, even pizzarather than the main part of a dish.
A traditional haggis recipe describes haggis as "sheep's 'pluck' heart, liver, and lungsminced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally encased in the animal's stomach and boiled". Ingredients are sheep stomach, heart and Rock In This Pocket (Song Of David) - Various - Lilith Fair (A Celebration Of Women In Music) of one lamb, onions, oatmeal, salt, pepper, stock, and water, with optional ingredients dried coriander, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
It can be boiled, baked, or deep fried. Since the s various Scottish shops and manufacturers have made what they call vegetarian haggis, substituting various pulsesnuts and vegetables for the meat. There are also recipes for homemade vegetarian haggis. Oats and barley may be included as may different types of lentilssplit peasaduki beanskidney beansborlotti beanspeanutsother nuts and mushroomsonionsand carrots.
Haggis remains popular with Scottish immigrants in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, owing to the strong influence of Scottish culture, especially for Burns Suppers. It can easily be made in any country, but is sometimes Toss It In The Bin - Haggis - Stormtroopers Of Hate from Scotland. A recipe from the Canadian province of New Brunswick uses pork and bakes it in a loaf pan. In it became illegal to import haggis into the US from the UK due to a ban on food containing sheep lung, which constitutes 10 — 15 percent of the traditional recipe.
As haggis cannot be exported to the United States, Macarenas (La Virgen De La Macarena) - Roberto Delgado & His Orchestra - Caramba - Hot Rhythm From S is instead made there, sometimes by Scottish companies.
One such uses what is stated to be the same year-old recipe and ingredients as in Scotland, except that sheep lung is not used, and the casing is always artificial. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Vegetarian haggis. Savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck of Scottish origin. This article is about the Scottish dish.
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