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Burns Night Haggis Matar

5/5 from 4 Customers

Haggis is the classic meal to be served on Burns night and here it’s been given a delicious Indian twist!

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30 minutes

35 minutes

2/5

Blends Needed

Also works a treat with: Sausagemeat, lamb or beef mince

Book: Curry Legend Club Recipes (p8)

Goes great with: Neeps and tatties

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Haggis is the classic meal to be served on Burns night and here it’s been given a delicious Indian twist in the style of keema matar. Be sure to serve it with a pile of buttery ‘neeps and tatties’ and to follow it with a few drams of Scotch!

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Recipe

30 minutes

35 minutes

2/5

Serves

2

Effort

Low Effort

Main Ingredient

Mince

Main Ingredient

Tomatoes/Peppers

Dietary

Dairy Free

Dairy Free

Taste Profile

Meal Taste

Fragrant

Meal Taste

Rich

Seasonal

Winter

Origin

Popular Style

Fusion

Country

India

500g haggis or vegetarian haggis
1 large onion
2 cloves of garlic
Fresh ginger - finely chopped to make 2 tsp
2 tomatoes 
1 green pepper 
1-2 green chillies
2 tbsp tomato puree
200g peas

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Product Rating (4):

5/5

Great recipe perfect mix of flavours. Its on the menu for this week who needs to wait for Burns night

Delicious every day of the year!

5/5

We did without the Neeps & Tatties but certainly did not do without the Amber Nectar over the top - not flambeed - as we wanted the kick. The other half is for tonight - can't wait

It's great to see you whipping up this Curry Legend recipe - it looks like you did a fab job with it! #happyspicing

5/5

When given a haggis with no neeps or tatties imagination has to take over. Mixed the Haggis into the onion sauce and poured it all over the Spaghetti. Bolognese will never be the same again

Scottish and Italian - now there's a fusion of cuisines we never thought we'd see! Great job, it looks really tasty!

5/5

I raised my game by getting out the Malt Whisky to flame the Haggis just before assembling the dish with the amazing orange pepper and onion sauce. I caught the photo just perfect - just like the Spicery Recipe. Thank you once again.

Wow, great job raising your game with this recipe and capturing such a brilliant photo of it!

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