Burns Night Haggis Kebabs with a Honey and Whisky Glaze by BBQ Explorers
If you’ve never tried Haggis before then this innovative taken on the classic could be your perfect introduction. These Burns Night Haggis Kebabs with a Honey and Whisky Glaze, Smashed Neeps and Tatties are a warming, exciting, and delicious take on a Scottish classic so why not give them a try?
What is Burns Night?
A Burns Night Supper usually takes place on 25th January because it is the birthday of Robert Burns, a famous Scottish Poet. The evening traditionally involves a reading of the famous poem Address to a Haggis, a ceilidh, and lots of whisky!
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“Burns suppers are a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns and these kebabs add a new dimension to any dinner.” – BBQ Explorers
Ingredientsfor Burns Night Haggis Kebabs with a Honey and Whisky Glaze, Smashed Neeps and Tatties
900g of your favourite sausages (Cumberland and Lincolnshire sausages work well)
1.5 tbsp runny honey
1.5 tbsp whisky
For the neaps and tatties…
1 medium swede peeled and roughly chopped into 1.5cm cubes
850g Maris Piper potatoes peeled and cut into roasting potato size pieces