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Burns Night

Celebrate the life and work of Scottish poet and author Robert Burns on Monday 25th January. These delicious, traditional recipes will have you singing Auld Lang Syne in no time!

To start:
Pear and haggis salad with athol brose dressing

Start the evening off with a unique Scottish twist on a classic pear salad. It's light, mild, and most importantly; it's absolutely delicious.

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Pear and haggis salad with athol brose dressing
Traditional haggis with whisky gravy

Main course:
Traditional haggis with whisky gravy

It simply isn't Burns Night without haggis, and this recipe has an added Scottish twist with its whisky gravy. 

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Dessert:
Blackberry cranachan

Finish the evening off with the king of Scottish desserts, but with a blackberry twist. This quick and easy traditional dessert is the perfect end to ensure a successful Burns Night supper.

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Blackberry cranachan

Looking for something a bit different?

Silvana Franco shows you how to make a deliciously simple honey and whisky soused nectarine pud with a
Scottish twist

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