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Gluten Free Haggis Burger

Transform a normal burger into a Scottish celebration by topping with tasty haggis. Serve with sweet potato fries as a great alternative to chips.

Recipes and photography created by Daniela’s Kitchen

Prep time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 10-25

Serves: 4

ingredients

For the burgers

4 Simon Howie premium steak burgers (Gluten Free)

150g Simon Howie Gluten Free Haggis

4 Genius gluten free triple seeded soft rolls, cut in half

4 cheddar cheese slices

1 beef tomato, cut into four thick slices

1 round lettuce, 4 leaves removed then washed and dried

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

For the caramelised red onion relish (or use a jar of shop bought red onion jam instead)

1 large red onion, sliced

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

1 tablespoon soft brown sugar

Salt & pepper to taste

Method

1. Turn on the grill to a medium high heat.

2. To make the caramelised red onion relish place a small frying pan on a medium heat with a tablespoon of vegetable oil. Add the sliced onions and reduce the heat. Sweat the onions until soft and translucent then add balsamic vinegar and sugar. Stir and allow the sauce to thicken and the onions to caramelise (this should take around 15 minutes).

3. Meanwhile, place the burgers onto a grill pan and grill for around 8-10 minutes, turning occasionally.

4. Place another small pan onto a medium heat with a little vegetable oil, crumble in the haggis. Use a wooden spoon to beak the haggis into small pieces and cook until piping hot and crispy at the edges.

5. Once the burgers are cooked through place a cheese slice on each and return to the hot grill until the cheese has melted and bubbles.

6. Assemble the burgers – first place a lettuce leaf on the bottom half of the bun, then top with the burger and cheese, a slice of tomato, haggis and finally the caramelised red onion relish. Serve with homemade sweet potato fries or wedges.

Simon Howie

Gluten Free Haggis Burger

Transform a normal burger into a Scottish celebration by topping with tasty haggis. Serve with sweet potato fries as a great alternative to chips.

Recipes and photography created by Daniela’s Kitchen

Prep time: 10 mins

Cooking time: 10-25 mins

Serves: 4

Gluten Free Haggis Burger

ingredients

For the burgers
4 Simon Howie premium steak burgers (Gluten Free)
150g Simon Howie Gluten Free Haggis
4 Genius gluten free triple seeded soft rolls, cut in half
4 cheddar cheese slices
1 beef tomato, cut into four thick slices
1 round lettuce, 4 leaves removed then washed and dried
1 tablespoon vegetable oil

For the caramelised red onion relish (or use a jar of shop bought red onion jam instead)
1 large red onion, sliced
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
1 tablespoon soft brown sugar
Salt & pepper to taste

Method

1. Turn on the grill to a medium high heat.

2. To make the caramelised red onion relish place a small frying pan on a medium heat with a tablespoon of vegetable oil. Add the sliced onions and reduce the heat. Sweat the onions until soft and translucent then add balsamic vinegar and sugar. Stir and allow the sauce to thicken and the onions to caramelise (this should take around 15 minutes).

3. Meanwhile, place the burgers onto a grill pan and grill for around 8-10 minutes, turning occasionally.

4. Place another small pan onto a medium heat with a little vegetable oil, crumble in the haggis. Use a wooden spoon to beak the haggis into small pieces and cook until piping hot and crispy at the edges.

5. Once the burgers are cooked through place a cheese slice on each and return to the hot grill until the cheese has melted and bubbles.

6. Assemble the burgers – first place a lettuce leaf on the bottom half of the bun, then top with the burger and cheese, a slice of tomato, haggis and finally the caramelised red onion relish. Serve with homemade sweet potato fries or wedges.

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