Haggis

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Description

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.

8 Reviews

  • 5
    Fabulous Haggis!

    Published by Susan Cox on Jan 29th 2019

    For the second year in a row, I have ordered our haggis for Burns Night from Ackroyd's. We had ten people help us celebrate, and every one said this is the best haggis they've ever eaten. It is very delicious, it arrived in a timely manner and it was packed perfectly to keep it frozen. Thank you, Ackroyd's!

  • 5
    Haggis

    Published by Jeremy Tyree on Jan 26th 2019

    Another successful Burns Supper thanks to this fantastic Haggis! Ackroyds is the best and people that have had other Haggis and didn’t like it, loved Ackroyds fine Haggis! Can’t recommend them enough!!

  • 5
    Haggis

    Published by Joshua Rifkin on Sep 9th 2018

    I cannot thank you enough for the friendly, efficient service, and for the delicious haggis - it arrived as promised, cooked up beautifully, and was enjoyed (as a highlight of a whisky-tasting evening) by everyone.

  • 5
    Haggis

    Published 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

    Published 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!

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