Celebrating Scottish food and drink fortnight – Mains
Following on with Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight here are our top picks for Scottish main courses with some fun twists on classics too.
Tomorrow we will focus on Scottish desserts.
Cock-a-leekie traybake with croutons
Time: 50 mins
Cock-a-leekie is a traditional Scottish soup, typically consisting of leek and chicken stock. This tasty cock-a-leekie traybake is a fun twist on the classic recipe – it’s brimming with flavour but requires less than 15 minutes of prep. It’s also a great way to use up leftover vegetables.
Source: Delicious find the recipe here
Total time: 55 mins
This borderlands comfort food at its finest, Usually a side dish it also makes a fantastic vegetarian main dish
Source: 12 tomatoes, find the recipe here
Haggis, neeps and tatties
Time: 1 hr 15 mins
A Burns Night classic. Haggis served 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.
Source: Delicious, find the recipe here