Haggis, the national dish of Scotland, is traditionally made of the liver, heart & lungs of a sheep, minced with beef or mutton, seasoned then packed into a sheep’s stomach and boiled. Here in Atlantic Canada, that’s not something you’ll find on the average dinner table. We love celebrating traditional meals by putting our own unique spin on it. This mock haggis recipe features easy to find ingredients, is simple to make at home and doesn’t require a sheep’s stomach! It’s also finished with a sweet whiskey sauce making it very Atlantic Canadian.
The idea of haggis can be a little scary for some, but the actual taste can still be one you enjoy. This simplified mock version uses easier-to-find and more ‘palatable’ ingredients that will please purists and newcomers alike.