Quite possibly the most famous of all traditional Scottish foods, and with, for many, a completely undeserved negative reputation. An absolute glory of the table, haggis is historically served with neeps and tatties; that's swede, and potato, mash if you aren't too sure.
West Coast makes all of their haggis in-house to a traditional Scottish recipe using only the finest ingredients and the attention to detail that the butchers are known for. Already cooked, these haggis bungs only need reheating; which will, however, take around an hour in a pan of water! Or pan fry if you are impatient! Not just to serve on Burns night with neeps and tatties, haggis makes a great economical supper dish and an interesting ingredient.