Andy Waugh

Andy Waugh

16th April 2020
Andy Waugh


120 min

Feeds 4


  • 200g x eggs 200g x plain flour 200g x milk 400g x haggis broken up into small chunks 400g x sausage meat – dealers choice – rolled into small balls 20g each


Mix the eggs, flour and milk together in a big bowl (make the night before for best results).
Pour 1 cm of oil into a roasting dish at 220.C for 5 mins.
Add the haggis and sausage meat and carefully our in your mix.
Close the door and roast for 20 mins – do not be tempted to open the door until finished.
Sprinkle with salt and serve with a good gravy!

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