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Burns Night leftover recipes

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Make the most of leftover Burns Night potatoes, haddock, haggis and swede with our easy recipes. Try breakfasts, soups, pies, pasta dishes and more.

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  • Skirlie mash

    Skirlie mash

    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.3 ratings

    'Skirlie' is a Scottish word for toasted oatmeal, which gives a crunchy texture to mashed potato - try this as a side dish at your Hogmanay celebration

  • Neeps & tatties

    Neeps & tatties

    A star rating of 4.6 out of 5.15 ratings

    'Neeps' are better known as swedes, the traditional Scottish accompaniment to haggis

  • Neeps & tatties soup

    Neeps & tatties soup

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.8 ratings

    Enjoy a taste of Scotland in our warming soup made with swede, potato and haggis topping. It's Burns Night in a bowl

  • Cock-a-leekie soup

    Cock-a-leekie soup

    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.6 ratings

    James Martin gives the classic restorative Scottish soup a twist - the prunes add a sweet contrast to the rich chicken broth

  • Crispy neeps 'n' tatties cake

    Crispy neeps 'n' tatties cake

    A star rating of 3.6 out of 5.5 ratings

    This Scottish take on a rösti goes well with game, duck breast or roast chicken

  • Cullen skink served in a pan and a bowl alongside

    Cullen skink

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.49 ratings

    Simmer haddock, potatoes, milk, onion and parsley to make this comforting soup. Serve with crusty bread for a filling lunch or supper

  • Scottish stovies served in a bowl

    Scottish stovies

    A star rating of 3.3 out of 5.11 ratings

    Adapt our take on this traditional Scottish stew to your liking. Try it with a leftover roast, sausage, minced beef or corned beef. Serve with oatcakes or crusty bread

  • A haggis potato cake served on a plate with a poached egg on top

    Haggis potato cakes

    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.14 ratings

    Swap traditional neeps and tatties on Burns Night (25 January) for these crispy haggis cakes. Make them with just five ingredients for supper or brunch

  • Haggis, neeps and tatties on a plate

    Haggis, neeps & tatties

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.3 ratings

    Enjoy a traditional Scottish meal of haggis, neeps and tatties – it's perfect for any Burns Night dinner or simply when you fancy something comforting

  • Potato pancakes

    Potato pancakes

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.42 ratings

    Use up leftover mashed potato in these breakfast pancakes, delicious with bacon and eggs

  • Smoked haddock dauphinoise in a casserole dish

    Smoked haddock dauphinoise

    A star rating of 3.8 out of 5.4 ratings

    Add smoked haddock to dauphinoise to make an easier, freeze-ahead fish pie. It's a great fuss-free dinner when you have family or friends over

  • Smoked haddock & leek risotto

    Smoked haddock & leek risotto

    A star rating of 4.8 out of 5.368 ratings

    There's no tedious stirring with this one - just stick it in the oven until creamy and delicious

  • Parsnip latkes with smoked haddock & poached egg

    Parsnip latkes with smoked haddock & poached egg

    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.8 ratings

    Looking to use up a glut of parsnips? We’ve swapped classic potato for root veg in these golden brown brunch latkes, with a poached egg and smoked fish

  • Leftover mashed potato waffles served with eggs and bacon

    Leftover mashed potato waffles

    A star rating of 2 out of 5.3 ratings

    Transform leftover mash into easy potato waffles made with spring onion. They make a great base for a poached egg and bacon

  • A slice of cheese, swede & leek pie

    Cheese, swede & leek pie

    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.4 ratings

    Enjoy a slightly lighter but still indulgent take on the classic cheese and potato pie, using sweet swede instead of potato, with flaky parmesan pastry

  • Swede dauphinoise in a baking dish

    Swede dauphinoise

    A star rating of 4.9 out of 5.6 ratings

    Give a classic French gratin dauphinoise a great British twist. Use swede instead of potatoes and if you don't like anchovies, add bacon lardons

  • Mashed roots

    Swede mash

    A star rating of 3.9 out of 5.9 ratings

    Pair swede with potatoes and a carrots to make a heavenly super smooth mash, with a little cream, butter and nutmeg

  • Spiced swede fritters

    Spiced swede fritters

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.16 ratings

    The mild flavour of swede is a great vehicle for vibrant spices, so this twist on Indian vegetable pakoras really works

  • Sausage & root veg stovie

    Sausage & root veg stovie

    A star rating of 4 out of 5.21 ratings

    A tasty, quick, cheap and - dare we say - healthy meal solution for students

  • Spaghetti with pancetta and cheese in bowls with cutlery

    Swede & pancetta spaghetti

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.4 ratings

    Try this budget-friendly twist on the classic carbonara with seasonal swede, pancetta and plenty of parmesan. Need a comforting simple supper? This is it

  • Colcannon in an oval dish

    Turnip colcannon

    A star rating of 3.3 out of 5.4 ratings

    This traditional Irish side dish adds a dollop of comfort to any meal, perfect for cold rainy nights

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