What to do with left over haggis?
You can fry it and have it with eggs, which is good, but it gets a bit boring after a while. I decided to make haggis pies and see if they were any good cold for lunch.
I made a sort of scone-y pastry, not too much fat. And I used half and half wholemeal and white flour, with a handful of rolled oats added in just for fun.
I cut roughly 10 cm/4 inch circles of the rolled out dough and put a teaspoon of haggis on half of them…
… wet the edges and sealed the other half of them on top, with one turnover, because there was an odd number:
Then I baked them for 15 minutes or so in a hot oven:
They weren't too bad. Better warm than cold, but edible even cold. Next time I do it though, I'll put a spoonful of some sort of relish or sauce in as well to help with moistness and to add a bit more flavour.