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Traditional Haggis

A Scottish delicacy - unfortunately we don't hunt them down and catch them in the wild.

A mix of traditional ingredients - and our best selling haggis mix.

You can use traditional ox bungs for this - or try our artificial haggis bungs for something a little less intimidating - both work great!

This recipe uses our haggis starter kit, which comes with a small bag of haggis mix and two artificial bungs - this is ideal for those just starting out - and a steal at just £5.99!

You should be able to get the pluck tops & beef suet easily from your local butcher.


  • Haggis Mix - 250g

  • Pluck Tops - 285g

  • Beef Suet - 185g

  • Water (or Stock) - 280ml


  1. Remove windpipe from plucks. Wash and boil for 30-40 minutes.

  2. Mince the boiled plucks (preferably around 10mm) and add to a large bowl, mince the suet and add to the bowl, mix well.

  3. Add the haggis mix to the bowl and mix till fully combined, gradually add the liquid, mixing thoroughly, the mixture should be loose.

  4. Fill into ox bungs oir artificial bungs and tie the ends tightly.

  5. Simmer in a pot of boiling water for 50-60 minutes, steam cook for 20-30 minutes or even microwave.

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