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Old 5th January 2011, 03:18
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Tig's right, curried Haggis is excellent, just break a haggis up into a good hot curry sauce and serve with rice.
A popular breakfast in my bothying days was porage topped with broon sugar & whisky!, known as a Bothy Trifle. Just superb, but probably verboten in Oman. wullie.
...it's the pinhead oats that are hard to get here. I'll try to get some off the next passing camel caravan
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... better than that crazy plum sauce suggestion!
Condemnation before investigation is Crazy
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Lachie ,
a chef from Switzerland suggested plum sauce to me once .
I tried it , and it works ok .
Is that Chinese-style plum sauce ?

I noticed since on the net that a small group of Edinburgh Scottish-cuisine restaurants under the name Stac Polly have a dish on their menu which is haggis filo parcels with a plum sauce topping. According to feedback from blogs etc, they seem to be really good.

As stacking food in layers instead of side-by-side seems to be the in-thing nowadays, I can put the mashed tatties on the bottom (neatly formed by a metal ring of course !), then haggis neatly layered on top with the mashed neeps spooned over (any jus au neep there may be can be spooned in dots around the plated-up food)
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Is that Chinese-style plum sauce ?

I noticed since on the net that a small group of Edinburgh Scottish-cuisine restaurants under the name Stac Polly have a dish on their menu which is haggis filo parcels with a plum sauce topping. According to feedback from blogs etc, they seem to be really good.
I dunno what sort it was mate .
I bought a bottle of it off the supermarket shelf .
Tried a few drops on a bit first , thought yep , that'll do it.
I found that too much was too much .
Used sparingly is just right for me .

Those haggis filos and plum sauce topping look tasty
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You're making me hungry and it's only mid-morning here !
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I'm making me hungry , its' mealtime and the butcher is closed
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Condemnation before investigation is Crazy
Not really - I don't like plums so wouldn't even consider plum sauce for anything let alone haggis!
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