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Vegan Main Course Recipes - Vegetarian/Vegan HAGGIS
Wee Scottish beastie, and mashed root vegetables - Main
The Haggis is a traditional Scottish game played as part of a dinner ceremony most usually on St Andrews Day, at New Year, on Burn's Night (25th January) or whenever there are tourists about. Burn's night celebrates the birthday of the man who wrote "should auld acquaintance be forgot" and other famous Scottish ditties.
Haggis is actually a pudding but served for main course in keeping with other confusing Scottish traditions like a wee dram meaning a very large whisky or "fine day" meaning it's only rained 5 times since breakfast. One of the main ingredients of Haggis is oats so it's easy to make a vegan version and there were about 5 different ones available last time we counted. There's even a tinned one (without legs) that's exported all over the world. The nearest thing to it is something like nut/meatloaf or faggots but lighter and fluffier because it is usually boiled.
If they don't sell the little fellows in your part of the world try this recipe.
For the mash
To serve: Reheat drain and mash the swede and fresh root ginger with
the 1 tablespoon of the margarine, salt and pepper. Reheat drain and mash
the potatoes with the soya cream, 1 tablespoon of margarine and rosemary.
Tip out the wee beastie from the ramekin onto each plate with a few spoonfuls
each of the mash potato and swede.
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