Celebrate St Andrew's Day

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Celebrate with a special Scottish supper, and why not wash it down with a Scotch whisky or two afterwards?

Highland beef stew

It's Robert Burns night on 25 January - celebrate with a special supper showcasing the best of Scottish fare...

Recipe suggestions:

Baked haggis
Neeps & tatties
Highland beef with pickled walnuts & puff pastry
Mussel, bacon & brie tartlets
Succulent braised venison
 

Neeps'Neeps' are better known as swedes, and 'tatties' are potatoes - together they are the perfect accompaniment to haggis and make a great side dish for your Burns supper.

Creamy savoy cabbage with carrots
Skirlie mash
Smoked salmon, dill & onion tart
Honey roasted fig & almond tart
Baked raspberry & bramble trifle with Drambuie

 

 Baked raspberry & bramble trifle with Drambuie The baked raspberry & bramble trifle with Drambuie makes a decadent, and suitably boozy, Burns night dessert.

More rustic recipes to take your guests on a Highland fling this Burns night.

Fillet of beef with mixed peppercorns
Crisp orange shortbread
Hot game pie
Prawn & mussel pies
Beef Wellington


Hot game pie Scotsman Gordon Ramsay's hot game pie is packed full of vegetables, venison and pheasant, oozing with flavour and topped with a crisp melt-in-your mouth crust.

The ultimate apple pie
Dark muscovado & whisky marmalade
Salmon rillettes
Lamb, black pudding and mustard hotpot
Perfect roast potatoes

 

Salmon rillettesA little like a salmon terrine, salmon rillettes are terrific with homemade bread, served as a starter.

 

 

 

 

 

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