Haggis

$24.00 - $75.00
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A traditional savory blend of steel-cut oats, lamb rib meat, heart, liver, suet and seasoning, hand-stuffed in a natural, thick casing.

Heating & Storage

The following items are fully cooked and simply need to be reheated. For the best taste and results, avoid heating in a microwave oven.

Haggis

If frozen, defrost in fridge overnight before serving. Preheat oven to 325° F. Wrap haggis in foil and place in baking dish. Heat for 60 minutes per pound of haggis.

All items can be refrigerated for 3-4 days or frozen for up to 3 months.

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  • 5
    Haggis

    Posted by Susan Cox on Feb 4th 2018

    Wowee! This was one of the best haggis we've ever eaten. It helped make our Burns' Night supper a great success. Everyone commented on how delicious this haggis was. We will definitely be purchasing another one of these.

  • 4
    3 of us enjoyed the haggis

    Posted by Shirley crites on Jan 28th 2018

    2 of us never had haggis, 1 had it 20 years ago in Scotland.
    1 did not like it, I enjoyed it , and the person who had had it years ago in Scotland thought it was less seasoned but good!

  • 5
    Haggis

    Posted by Jeremy Tyree on Jan 28th 2018

    Yuma Arizona’s first Burns Supper was a hit. Akroyd’s went out of their way to ensure we had a proper haggis. Was an honor to pipe it in. Flavor was outstanding. Everyone loved it that tried it. Customer service was top notch! Thanks so much!

  • 5
    Awesome Haggis

    Posted by Adam on Dec 23rd 2017

    Best I’ve found here in the states. Thank you!

  • 4
    Not bad...

    Posted by Rob, CA on Oct 14th 2017

    Ackroyd's haggis was pretty good, but a little more "mealy" than I'm used to. That said, most of the other haggis that I've had either came out of a fish 'n chip shop, or a can, so what do I know. There are different recipes for haggis and this is one of them. You may love it !