Macsween Vegetarian Haggis Reviews
Product Type: Macsween Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Macsween / Type: Vegetarians / Vegetarian and vegan friendly. A mixture of kidney beans, lentils, nuts and fresh vegetables blended with oatmeal, onions, and seasonings similar to the traditional haggis, but served in a man made casing.
Newest Review: ... cook it though. There are cooking instructions on the packet, which we followed and it turned out perfectly. We wrapped it ... more
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I have never really been interested in Haggis but we got a vegetarian one as a gift and we decided to give it a go. On the day we received it, it was just chilled, but we froze it and ate it at a later date. You have to defrost it thoroughly before you cook it though. There are cooking instructions on the packet, which we followed and it turned out perfectly. We wrapped it in foil and placed it in an ovenproof dish with a couple of centimeters of water in the bottom. So it's very easy to cook. I had a look at the ingredients and it's basically a nut loaf with a few extra veggies thrown in. The taste is very rich and nutty, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/09 (Very useful, 337 readings)
Macsween are Scotland's best known haggis producer. They have been producing traditional haggis for over 50 years and the vegetarian haggis for 25 years and export both of these products worldwide. The vegetarian haggis is a mixture of kidney beans, lentils, nuts, turnip, vegetarian margerine, onion and oats all minced finely and encased in a man made plastic casing. Cooking is easy, either place in a steamer for an hour or cut it into chunks and microwave it for a few minutes, exactly the same as traditional haggis. The vegetarian haggis is lighter in colour than traditional haggis, mainly a fairly pale brown but if you look closely you ... Read the complete review
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