This is something I’ve wanted to make since I saw it on a menu when we were visiting the Isle of Skye, It’s certainly not healthy and not for the feint hearted but it’s bloomin tasty.
Which beer you use is up to you, I used one I’d bought while I was up there as I thought I might as well use Scottish beer to go in a Scottish dish.
This makes 3 toasties, you can easily scale it down. You can use which ever bread you like, I usually prefer white bread for toasties but only had brown, you can also leave out the mustard if you don’t want the extra kick from it.
- 1 small haggis
- 1 Bottle of beer
- Large handful of extra mature cheddar cheese, grated
- 1 tbsp caramelised onion chutney
- 1 tsp mustard.
- 6 slices of bread
- Cook your haggis as instructed on the packet, once cooked place into a bowl and break up with a fork.
- Add the caramelised onion chutney and half of the cheese. Mix well
- Now pour in 100ml or so of the beer and mix well, you may need to add more beer depending on how firm your haggis is, you want something quite sloppy but not so wet that it runs off the bread.
- Spread 1 side of each of the slices of bread with butter.
- On the opposite side to the butter, spread the mustard onto 3 slices of the bread.
- Now spoon your haggis mixture onto the mustard
- Top with the left over cheese
- Top with the last slices of bread, butter side up.
- Toast in a toastie machine until crispy.
- Enjoy with the remainder of the beer and a little bit of rocket salad.