- Pack of three, 14.5-ounce cans (total of 43.5-ounces)
- Privately grown USDA inspected highland Beef
- Contains re-hydrated Oats, refined beef suet, water, onions and spices
First try of haggis – Excellent and perfect with certain dishes
Very ancient cuisine and one I’ve gained an appreciation for. When first hearing about haggis being roasted in the heart of an animal, tossed in with various undesirable-to-eat organs, I had to ask a Scottish foreign exchange student about how undesirable it sounded. He naturally (being Scottish) told me it was very good. And of course the Highland beef haggis isn’t quite as traditional as lamb versions, and neither does this can utilize the traditional methods of organ meat other than liver. Whether or not the other versions are particularly better might be debated, and I wouldn’t be able to comment. The flavor alone works as a good compliment to other foods, and the texture works in favor of what I had prepared just now.
I’m interested in trying it along with the Irish stew by Caledonian Kitchen. The companies’ location is very near to where I live and I was hoping to drop by to see if it was possible to make pick-up orders. . . I suspect not as their website doesn’t offer it, and only through various vendors are you able to buy anything, though there isn’t much of any way to have a fairly consistent stock other than the internet.
I was very suprised It has a pleasently meaty flavor with a hint of spices.
A taste of the highlands, easy to make, and great for any occasion! This is my 5th order, this time I used it to stuff a turkey!