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Posted by tayporttony (U4258959) on Friday, 4th January 2008
I'm sure this will have come up before but I don't know how to search these threads. Does anyone know a recipe for veggie haggis?
I've soaked a some different types of beans (kidney, canelloni etc) in the expectation that they will come in handy but after that I haven't got any ideas other than frying some onions and garlic, putting in some spices (coriander, nutmeg) and sticking in the food processor.
Any thoughts or direction to a previous thread would be appreciated.
Posted by Marie (U3116410) on Friday, 4th January 2008
I've eaten plenty veggie haggis but I've never made one so I don't know if this will be any good.
Posted by Londonchef (U3490886) on Friday, 4th January 2008
try McSweens they do a good veggi haggis
Posted by snappy_dee (U756567) on Friday, 4th January 2008
I have a very kind veggie friend who is making this one for our Burns Night party. He is doubling the quantities for us!
Posted by jaybird (U8071874) on Friday, 4th January 2008
Here is a link to a previous thread on this subject:
Posted by JennyBee (U6067838) on Saturday, 5th January 2008
waitrose sell the mcsweens one which is nice.
when i make my own i sinmply put carrots, turnip, mushrooms in a blender, blitz, add lentils and kidney beans, blitz slightly so you don't mush the beans up too much. mix in oatmeal and spices (cumin, garam marsala etc) bake in oven
basically i read the back of the mcsweens package, ommitted the nuts and made it up as i went along
if you googled for the mcsweens website i'm sure it would list the ingredients on there.
Posted by tayporttony (U4258959) on Monday, 7th January 2008
Thanks for all these and sorry for not acknowledging them before. I shall pick elements form all these the next time I have a go.
I had to make it up myself on the day as I had less time than I thought . It turned out ok but under-seasoned even though I had put in plenty of herbs and spices.
One tip - I mashed the beans gently rather than blitzing them which seemed to give a good texture.
Posted by Paulthebread (U3840406) on Wednesday, 11th August 2010
Snag - been meaning to make this for ages!
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