How to reheat a haggis

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Haggis is a traditional Scottish food made by combining a sheep's heart, liver and lungs with onions, oatmeal, barley, suet, salt and spices and stuffing it into a sheep's stomach. The stuffed stomach is then boiled.

You can purchase pre-made haggis online from companies like McKean's, The Black Face Meat Company and Caledonian Kitchen. Once you receive the haggis, you will need to reheat it. Make a meal out of it by serving it with mashed turnips and potatoes.

Wrap the haggis with aluminium foil.

Fill a pot with water. Place it on a burner set to medium heat. Bring the water to a boil.

  • Haggis is a traditional Scottish food made by combining a sheep's heart, liver and lungs with onions, oatmeal, barley, suet, salt and spices and stuffing it into a sheep's stomach.
  • Make a meal out of it by serving it with mashed turnips and potatoes.

Add the foil wrapped haggis to the pot of boiling water.

Boil the haggis for 45 minutes to reheat it.

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