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Burns Night recipes

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Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes.

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  • Clootie dumpling

    Clootie dumpling

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.5 ratings

    This traditional steamed Scottish pudding is made with dried fruit and spices. Enjoy on Burns night with a wee dram and custard or ice cream to serve

  • Baked haggis

    Baked haggis

    A star rating of 3.9 out of 5.22 ratings

    Baking this traditional Scottish meat pudding gives a light, savoury, mealy flavour that's pure heaven

  • Cranachan

    Cranachan

    A star rating of 4.9 out of 5.12 ratings

    Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal - what could be more delicious?

  • 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

  • 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 5.12 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

  • Vegan haggis

    Vegan haggis

    A star rating of 3.7 out of 5.8 ratings

    Celebrate Burns Night properly with this delicious veggie haggis filled with lentils, mushrooms and seasoning. Serve with golden neeps and tatties

  • 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

  • Cullen skink served in a pan and a bowl alongside

    Cullen skink

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.43 ratings

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

  • Orange cranachan

    Orange cranachan

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.2 ratings

    This seasonal pud makes a delicious yet light ending to a hearty meal

  • 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

  • Cranachan ripple ice cream in a metal tray

    Cranachan ripple ice cream

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.1 rating

    Indulge in this twist on the Scottish dessert, cranachan, made here into ice cream, with oats, honey, whisky and raspberries. The oats add a lovely texture

  • Pieces of Scottish tablet in a jar

    Scottish tablet

    A star rating of 4.3 out of 5.27 ratings

    Make this Scottish tablet as a sweet treat for family and friends – it makes a lovely gift. Tablet is similar to fudge, but with a more crumbly texture.

  • Cock-a-leekie soup

    Cock-a-leekie soup

    A star rating of 4.2 out of 5.5 ratings

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

  • Dundee cake

    Dundee cake

    A star rating of 4.9 out of 5.50 ratings

    A famous traditional Scottish fruitcake with cherries, sultanas and almonds, and a sweet glaze

  • Selkirk Bannock

    Selkirk Bannock

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.3 ratings

    Serve this Scottish classic with plenty of butter. If you have any leftover, toast it for breakfast or use for a bread & butter pudding

  • Caramel & whisky sauce

    Caramel & whisky sauce

    A star rating of 4.4 out of 5.5 ratings

    This thick and boozy toffee sauce can be put into jars and given as a gift, or serve a dollop with warming desserts

  • Raspberry cranachan trifle

    Raspberry cranachan trifle

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.22 ratings

    A twist on the Scottish classic, with crunchy flapjack-style toasted oats

  • Neeps & tatties

    Neeps & tatties

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.14 ratings

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

  • Gamekeeper’s pie

    Gamekeeper’s pie

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.14 ratings

    Tailor this mash-topped stew to suit whatever game is in season - add more matured meat if you like a strong game flavour

  • 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

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