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Baking a Haggis

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Baking a Haggis

Post  Dave101 on 18.01.12 20:37

I don't eat Haggis that often but it is coming up to Burns night and thought I would try the traditional fare Haggis Neeps and Tatties.

The Turnips and Potatoes will be boiled and mashed but I thought I would bake the haggis in foil.

Has anyone done this and have any advice or warnings about doing this in a HO

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Post  junie on 19.01.12 18:20

Hi David

Haggis is traditionally cooked in a pot of boiling water. I have researched oven cooking and these are the instructions for a 'big' oven. You would need to lower the heat and shorten the time for a HO.
Use the top rack with the extender on.

1. Remove outer plastic bag and wrap in aluminium foil.
2. Place in a casserole dish with a little water and cook in a pre-heated oven at 180 degrees C (Gas Mark 6) for around an hour, depending on the size of your haggis. To be on the safe side, test with a cooking thermometer to a minimum of 63 degrees Centigrade.

I would preheat the oven and use a little boiling water in the casserole dish. I think the most important part here is removing the 'bag' as I think it would melt or even explode.

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Post  Dave101 on 19.01.12 19:03

Thanks June

I will go for a backup plan and buy 2 haggis if oven baking works out fine then great otherwise I can go for Boiling.

Off to Aldi tomorrow for 2 haggis

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Post  junie on 19.01.12 20:25

You're welcome, David

Please let me know how it goes.

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