So in the interests of wining and dining, why not try a classic fillet steak with peppercorn sauce to set the mood for the night, maybe with accompaniment of some music from Barry White (It’s a classic for a reason, and as corny a suggestion as the peppercorns!).
The true Highland Burger!
Taking its name from historical name for the highland clan fighting men. These men often formed the bands of cattle thieves who used to terrorise the Angus/Perthshire Glens during the times of the clans. Hence the now well-known Cateran Trail in Perthshire.
These men lived off oatmeal, a simple cream cheese called Crowdie and blood from their cattle and offal. However, one might imagine that if one of their stolen cattle were to perish it would be a shame to waste!
...And doubtless they would have had Uisge-beatha to wash down with!
A meal fit for a Warrior especially with a serving of chips and greens (the healthy bit!!!)
As well as a great sharing salad, we want to show you how best to cook four seasonal baby vegetables in different ways to harness their flavours – don’t worry if you can’t find wee veggies, normal size will do just the trick when cut into smaller pieces.
Here is a wee dish which provides a great way of serving your haggis. Alternatively if you have leftovers it help get them eaten up! If you are entertaining try this recipe as little “Burn’s Bites” and roll the mix into balls about 2 inches in diameter and bake off as for the Fritters. Splash on plenty of Whisky Sauce!!