Monday, November 1, 2010

Deep Fried Haggis

I never thought I would have this recipe on my site. But we visited an old Inn in the Highlands and they had this on the menu and we were overwhelmed by the taste. We had tried Haggis and said "well ok thats interesting" but this recipe is a knock out.

Best to buy the sausage shaped haggis and don't forget to take off the skin. Slice into pieces about 1 inch by a half inch.

Make up a Japanese tempura batter, 2 oz rice flour, 2 oz plain flour, pinch of salt, pinch of baking powder. Mix just before you cook with cold soda water into think paste (don't mix too much). They sell tempura mix also in most supermarkets

Dip and fry in deep hot oil until golden brown.

Serve with Onion relish or marmalade and a leaf salad with a balsamic dressing.

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