Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best. Take Welsh Cakes, for example. It just doesn't get much more basic and simple than Welsh Cakes, yet they are pretty much one of the tastiest things on the planet. I remember taking a cooking course when I was in elementary school (way WAY back when) and the lady teaching it made these. I was instantly hooked. I recently saw some pins on Pinterest and was reminded of these fabulous little morsels. The recipes I could find online were all in…
Simple Scottish Bannocks Recipe
This is a traditional Scottish Bannocks Recipe, or Scottish Skillet Bread. These were traditionally made with barley or oatmeal, so we have used oatmeal in this recipe. You can change it up with added ingredients like bacon bits, chilli, herbs, or cheese if you wish!
Peanut Butter and Honey Shortbread Cookies
This Peanut Butter Honey Shortbread Cookie recipe is the best! Simple, just a few ingredients, quick & easy to make. Eggless - eat all the cookie dough!
Whisky Sauce for Haggis
This creamy whisky sauce is perfect to serve over haggis, neeps, and tatties, or Balmoral Chicken. You can serve it with whatever else you like to of course! We recommend it with steak and chicken, or even nut roast too.
Scottish Tattie Scones
These homemade Scottish Tattie Scones are much better than the bought variety! Use this quick and easy traditional recipe to make your own potato scones and enjoy them for breakfast or as a snack.
Balmoral Chicken Recipe: Chicken Stuffed with Haggis
Balmoral Chicken is chicken stuffed with haggis and wrapped in bacon. It's a great way to serve haggis, especially for those who might be a little unsure about it! This recipe can be served alongside whatever vegetables you like, but we recommend you also make our whisky sauce to accompany it too.
Smoked Salmon, Crowdie and Tattie Scone 'Scottish Blinis'
Scottish produce combines to make a canape with a twist. Smoked Salmon, Crowdie and Tattie Scone Stars are an effortless yet sophisticated Scottish nibble, perfect for Christmas, Hogmanay, Burns Night or St Andrew's Day.
Creamy neeps recipe | delicious. magazine
Neeps, or swedes, are the traditional Scottish accompaniment to haggis. Try serving this creamy, indulgent side dish recipe as part of a knockout roast dinner, with haggis-stuffed turkey and whisky gravy.