Haggis Lasagne with Bannerman Butcher

It’s Burns night tonight, 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

Extras

  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Sprinkle of cheese for the top
  • Sprinkle of parsley

Recipe

  1. Preheat your oven to 180C fan.
  2. In a large pan start by browning the mince, once browned add enough water to cover. Season and bring to the boil.
  3. 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.
  4. Par boil turnip and the potatoes in salted water then drain and set to the side.
  5. 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.
  6. In an oblong baking dish, layer the haggis mince mix, turnip, potatoes and lasagne sheet. Cover in the whiskey sauce and then repeat.
  7. Sprinkle a little cheese on top and cook in the oven for 25 minutes.
  8. 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.

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