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Haggis Bon Bons

Our haggis bon bons are extremely popular with our customers feeding back that they enjoy eating them as a snack, a starter, as party food or as deliciously Scottish Christmas trimmings. While they are available to buy from most major supermarkets in Scotland throughout December and January – why not have a go at making your own?

Serves 6-12

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cooking time: 2 minutes

Serves: 12

ingredients

454g Haggis

250g Dried Breadcrumbs

3 tbsp of Flour

3 Eggs – Beaten

Vegetable Oil

Method

Gently break up the haggis in a food processor by pulsing for a few seconds.

Shape the haggis into individual balls – approx. 20 – 25g each

Roll the balls in plain flour, dip in beaten egg mix and then coat in breadcrumbs. Repeat egg and breadcrumb for good covering.

Ideally cook in a deep fat fryer at 170 degrees or deep fry in a saucepan for approximately 2 minutes until golden brown.

Simon Howie

Haggis Bon Bons

Our haggis bon bons are extremely popular with our customers feeding back that they enjoy eating them as a snack, a starter, as party food or as deliciously Scottish Christmas trimmings. While they are available to buy from most major supermarkets in Scotland throughout December and January – why not have a go at making your own?

Serves 6-12

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cooking time: 2 minutes

Serves: 12

Haggis Bon Bons

ingredients

Method

Gently break up the haggis in a food processor by pulsing for a few seconds.

Shape the haggis into individual balls – approx. 20 – 25g each

Roll the balls in plain flour, dip in beaten egg mix and then coat in breadcrumbs. Repeat egg and breadcrumb for good covering.

Ideally cook in a deep fat fryer at 170 degrees or deep fry in a saucepan for approximately 2 minutes until golden brown.

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