Haggis Pakora

Just had to reblog this.. happy Burns night to those that celebrate it!

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Haggis Pakora

A delicious (and different) way to celebrate burns this weekend! Haggis pakora are real comfort food – spicy haggis coated in a thick batter spiked with nutmeg.

Ensure you use good quality haggis and you can’t go wrong! Great served with a chill and garlic yogurt dip.

Haggis Pakora
Serves 4


For the Pakora: 500g Good Quality Haggis, 150g Gram Flour, 1tsp Chilli Powder, 2tsp Nutmeg (Freshly Grated), 1tsp Ground Cinnamon, 1/2tsp Sea Salt, Still Water, Sunflower Oil

For the Dip: 200ml Natural Yogurt, 1 Green Chilli (Finely Chopped), 2tsp Paprika, 1 Garlic Clove (Finely Chopped), Juice 1/2 Lemon


1) Prepare the haggis by removing from its casing and cutting into around 12 equal portions around 2″ by 1″. Form these portions into tight ovals in your hand and place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes.

2) Make the batter by combining the flour, chilli…

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  1. Sounds delicious. I can almost taste it just reading it. I love haggis served simply with neeps and tatties but this is something I am definitely going to try. X


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