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Cheese and gravy dirty fries

Why does food need to be good? Sometimes being oh so bad is even better.

Dirty fries, loaded chips, oozing with naughty goodness.

Prep time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 15 - 20

Serves: 2

ingredients

Chips (Frozen or homemade), cooked

1 x Simon Howie Original Haggis or Wee Haggis

Scottish Cheddar, grated

Gravy – We just used Bisto!

Additional toppings! We added our Smoked Dry Cure Bacon – yum!

Method

Putting it all together

Cook the chips according to the packet instructions, or if homemade, until turning golden at the edges and cooked through.

Remove the haggis from the packaging and casing and cook as desired. Microwaving is great for quick and easy dishes like this.

To microwave:

Chop the haggis in to chunks.

Place in a microwave bowl.

Cover with clingfilm and pierce film.

Microwave for 3 mins.

Carefully remove film (watch out for hot steam) and mash the haggis with a fork.

Re-cover with the film and microwave for another 2 mins.

Be very careful of hot steam second time around. Ensure haggis is piping hot throughout.

Spoon hot haggis on to seasoned chips.

Add grated cheese.

Pour on hot gravy.

Pile on crispy bacon.

Dig in to your dirty fries!

Simon Howie

Cheese and gravy dirty fries

Why does food need to be good? Sometimes being oh so bad is even better.

Dirty fries, loaded chips, oozing with naughty goodness.

Prep time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 15 - 20 mins

Serves: 2

Cheese and gravy dirty fries

ingredients

Chips (Frozen or homemade), cooked

1 x Simon Howie Original Haggis or Wee Haggis

Scottish Cheddar, grated

Gravy – We just used Bisto!

Additional toppings! We added our Smoked Dry Cure Bacon – yum!

Method

Putting it all together

Cook the chips according to the packet instructions, or if homemade, until turning golden at the edges and cooked through.

Remove the haggis from the packaging and casing and cook as desired. Microwaving is great for quick and easy dishes like this.

To microwave:

Chop the haggis in to chunks.

Place in a microwave bowl.

Cover with clingfilm and pierce film.

Microwave for 3 mins.

Carefully remove film (watch out for hot steam) and mash the haggis with a fork.

Re-cover with the film and microwave for another 2 mins.

Be very careful of hot steam second time around. Ensure haggis is piping hot throughout.

Spoon hot haggis on to seasoned chips.

Add grated cheese.

Pour on hot gravy.

Pile on crispy bacon.

Dig in to your dirty fries!

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