Marks & Spencer brings exciting new haggis offer with selection of ‘first ever’ dishes in time for burns night

Marks & Spencer brings exciting new haggis offer with selection of ‘first ever’ dishes in time for burns night

Whether customers know Rabbie himself, know his poetry or are just fans of whiskey
and haggis, M&S is here to help count down in style.

In addition to new delicious products, M&S brings exclusive haggis recipes back to both meat and plant-based eaters.

In January, M&S introduces in its stores in Braehead and Paisley its most exciting Burns range to date, as it celebrates ten years of partnership with family-run, Edinburgh-based haggis suppliers, Macsween.

With products in store now, customers have plenty of time to try their favorites and arrive in time for the official Burns night on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

Full of flavor, Scottish pride and utter delicacy, M&S introduces the following, which promises to take Burns dinner and January celebrations to a new level.

Collection of Handmade Scottish Haggis, Neeps & Tatties with a Scotch Whiskey Cream Sauce (£ 10):

A nationwide supermarket first and a truly exciting creation for M&S, the new collection Haggis, Neeps & Tatties will create an eye-catching sharing center for a traditional Burns dinner or a lovely Sunday lunch serving four people. Looks more like a dish that customers would see in a sophisticated Scottish restaurant, the mouth-watering stack is a gateaux in layers made from traditional Scottish haggis, mosed Swede and creamed potatoes, topped with Scottish oats and herbs. It is handmade using Scotch-grown potatoes, turnip cabbage and onions as well as lamb and beef from Scottish M&S Select farms and comes complete with a Scotch whiskey cream sauce. Made with 100% Scottish ingredients, this is a great one for Burns beginners!

M&S Haggis Cheese Bake (£ 4.50):

Yet another brand new product to the UK supermarket scene, this unique hot cheese-based haggis dish oozes ‘winter-warming’ vibes and is a fantastic dish for those new to haggis. Made in Scotland by Castle MacLellan, using Macsween haggis, this Scottish cheddar cheese cake delivers a tasty, sticky delicacy and is best served with oatmeal or crispy bread for dunking. Bring home the comfort food of winter with this warm, indulgent and tasty dish that will surely bring warmth to haggis-loving customers in January.

M&S Haggis Scotch Egg (£ 1.50):

A pub classic and loved by the nation, a Scotch Egg makes any festive spread something special, and now M&S is launching a Burns special. Made again using Scottish Macsween haggis, this limited edition is made by wrapping a free-range egg in a tasty mix of sausage meat and haggis and coating it in a unique Scottish oatmeal crumb mix. Haggis lovers will fight to resist this …

M&S also has a range of classic haggis options for everyone, including Traditional Haggis £ 3.50 (454g) or £ 6 (1.3kg), Spiced Vegetable Haggis (V, VG) for £ 3.50 (454g) and the ever-tempting NY Collection Original Recipe Haggis £ 7.50, made as an exclusive recipe for M&S by Macsween.

Sarah Loxton, Haggis’ product developer at M&S, said: “We’re really pleased that Burns 2022 is launching. Not only are we celebrating 10 years of creating unique haggis with our Scottish suppliers Macsween, but we also have the first three to market products that we think will really storm it with the customers.As was the case last year, the Burns festivities may not be as big as we all had hoped in January, but what we can bring the customers is a number of ways to enjoy the Burns festivities through tasty and easy-to-prepare dishes that serve as starters, main courses and snacks – and we look forward to seeing what reaction they get. ”

CEO of 3rd generation haggis supplier Macsween, James Macsween, said: “We are in our 69th year and it’s incredible to celebrate ten years, plus launch new products with M&S.

“Serving our exclusive traditional and vegetarian and vegan products to M&S customers gives us such joy, and we always look forward to seeing what new recipes customers make with it. The main recipe is inspired by my great-grandfather John Macsween’s favorite haggis recipe. Seeing it in the store will always make us proud. ”

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