Burns Night Ideas
Take your tastebuds on a Highland fling with classic Burns Night dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus other Scottish-inspired dishes. Our handpicked selection will have you more than ready to celebrate on 25th January.
Haggis shepherd’s pie
Opt for our rich and tasty haggis shepherd’s pie this Burns Night – kids and adults alike will gobble it up.
A classic Scottish recipe, Cullen Skink is an easy traditional Scottish soup with a rich, creamy flavour.
This traditional chicken dish, stuffed with haggis and served with lashings of creamy whisky sauce, is a fitting main for a celebratory Burns Night supper – along with a dram of your favourite scotch, obviously.
Cranachan is a Scottish dessert traditionally made with fresh raspberries; the coulis in this recipe is a good winter alternative to the summer berry pudding.
Or why not stick with something more tradtional?
Haggis, neeps and tatties
You can’t celebrate Burns Night without this classic Scottish recipe. We’ve served our haggis alongside its traditional side dishes ‘neeps and tatties’ aka mashed potatoes and turnips. A rich whisky sauce is an ideal accompaniment to this flavourful dish too.