Friday, January 4, 2013

Scottish Recipes - Haggis Rolls

A big thank you to my Scottish expat friend Lesley for this amazing recipe

Lesley mentioned over the New Year that she had made Haggis Rolls and all our Scottish expat friends, including me, said in chorus, "why did we never think to do that before,"

We are now in January, and in January us Scots celebrate Burns Night

Burns Night's main meal consists of Haggis, that great Scottish delicacy (can I call it a delicacy? I think I just did)

and so its with Burns Night in mind that I am giving you some Haggis Rolls

Canned Haggis

Haggis Rolls

Haggis Rolls are just like the ever popular Scottish buffet food, Sausage Rolls , only with Haggis in the center instead of sausage

To make these simple, and delicious rolls

Makes 30

You will need

A can of Haggis
2 Frozen Puff pastry sheets (I used Pepperidge Farm sheets)
a little egg or milk for brushing

Canned Haggis

  • Set oven to 420F/215C

  • Defrost the puff pastry

  • Open the can of Haggis (well you do need to, come on)
(I heat the Haggis in the microwave as it is easier to work with)

  • Lay the pastry sheets out and cut into 3 along the seams (you will have 6 sections altogether)

  • Place a line of haggis in the center of each puff pastry section
Puff Pastry & Haggis

  • Brush with egg or milk down one length and roll and seal along seam

  • Cut each long roll into 5 pieces

  • Brush each Haggis roll with egg or milk and make a small air vent on the top with the point of a knife or fork

  • Place on a baking sheet and cook for 15 minutes until golden and the pastry is raised
Raw Haggis Rolls


Haggis Rolls

I am really excited to share these with you all, especially as Burns night is approaching

So go and enjoy some Haggis Rolls this month while celebrating the famous Scottish Bard himself


Scottish Word of the day Feart - Scared
(What do you mean you are feart to try Haggis)


  1. Auld Lang Syne, dear Robert Burns. I love the idea of celebrating a poet. I used to be an English teacher. Why with haggis?
    I wonder if I could get some where I live? I'm always up for something new.
    Thanks for sharing these rolls on foodie friday.

    1. Why a haggis? Burns famously wrote: To a Haggis. It is always recited as the haggis is cut with a dirk. It's traditional!

  2. Thanks Angela I've been meaning to make these for a while and now I'm trying to get into the festive spirt by baking plus I found Haggis in Spec's. Claire

    1. Did you love them Claire? They are sooooo good right? And yay for Specs selling some haggis to keep us expats happy


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