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Glasgow – Haggis
Sometimes it’s better to not know what is in a popular food item… For those of you with sensitive stomachs, you may not want to know what is in Haggis, a trademark dish from Scotland. It can be enjoyed in many great restaurants and taverns in the city of Glasgow.
The dish is made with sheep’s pluck (another word for the heart, lungs, and liver of the animal), oatmeal, onion, suet (animal fat), spices, salt and pepper, and some stock. The mixture is then placed into a sheep stomach (or sausage casing if you buy it from a store) and is cooked for approximately three hours. Talk about not letting any part of the animal go to waste!
What you need:
How to make it:
trademark = característico
oatmeal = avena
stock = caldo
soaked = voz rota
trimmings = guardición
minced mixture= mezcla de carne picada
filling = relleno
neep = nabo
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