Haggis Lasagne with Bannerman Butcher
It’s Burns night this month, a night celebrating Scotland’s national treasure, Robert Burns. After the success of their delicious hanger steak recipe back in summer, we’ve teamed up with Bannerman Butcher again to bring you a haggis dish with a twist, perfect if you’re having friends round to celebrate Burns Night.
This delicious haggis lasagne recipe is simple and comforting, putting a Scottish twist on an Italian classic. Best served with a Burns’ poems and a nip of your choice.
You Will Need
For the Filling
- One packet of steak mince plus enough water to cover the mince once browned
- Gravy mix sachet of your choice
- Bannerman homemade haggis mix
- One large turnip cut into chunks
- 1.8kg potatoes cut into chunks
For the White Sauce
- 50g butter
- 50g plain flour
- Whisky of your choice
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Sprinkle of cheese for the top
- Sprinkle of parsley
- Preheat your oven to 180C fan.
- In a large pan start by browning the mince, once browned add enough water to cover. Season and bring to the boil.
- Once the steak mince is cooked, stir in gravy mix to thicken then crumble in Bannerman homemade haggis. Give a good stir and set to the side.
- Par boil turnip and the potatoes in salted water then drain and set to the side.
- Melt the butter in a pan and add in flour, stirring to make a roux. Once you have formed the roux stir in whisky of your choice to create a white sauce.
- In an oblong baking dish, layer the haggis mince mix, turnip, potatoes and lasagne sheet. Cover in the whiskey sauce and then repeat.
- Sprinkle a little cheese on top and cook in the oven for 25 minutes.
- Cut into large slices and sprinkle with parsley
This recipe is great for having guests round for a Scottish celebration but doesn’t have to be just for burns night. Enjoy this warming dish on a cold night when comfort food is needed to warm you up.