Haggis Spring Rolls

haggis spring rolls for burns supper starter

Celebrate Burns Night a modern way with Haggis Spring Rolls

If you are looking to celebrate Burns Night but are looking to do it in a not-so-traditional way, then try these haggis spring rolls.   You can make them whatever size you wish, for nibbling in front of the tv, or as a starter for a Burns Supper.

haggis spring rolls for burns supper starter

We have used Macsween haggis here as it is not too peppery, feel free to use your favourite make.

We had them with some homemade tomato chutney – they are also tasty with Thai sweet chilli sauce. Looking for more Burns Supper recipes? – click here for more inspo.

haggis spring rolls recipe

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Burns Night Negroni
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Haggis Potato Cakes
Neeps and Tatties with a sprinkling of haggis

Haggis Spring Rolls Recipe

Ingredients

400g haggis
1 packet of spring roll pastry or 2 packets of Jus Rol filo pastry (vegan friendly)
Water

Method

Preheat the oven to 200℃/fan 180℃/gas mark 6
Crumble the haggis into a bowl.
Open the spring roll or filo pastry sheets.
Wet a tea towel and wring it out so that it’s damp. Use this tea towel to cover the sheets of pastry to stop them from drying out between use.
Take a sheet of pastry.
Place it on the worktop so that it looks like a diamond, with a corner pointing towards you.
Add a palmful of haggis, in a rough sausage shape, to the bottom of the pastry sheet.
Fold up the bottom corner over the haggis.

haggis spring rolls how to rollThen fold over one side and then the other. It should look like a filled envelope.

haggis spring rolls how to roll
Next, roll all the way up to the top. Seal the end of the pastry with some water.

haggis spring rolls how to roll
Add the spring roll to a baking tray.
Continue with the rest of the spring rolls.
Place into the oven and bake until golden brown. This should take between 15 and 20 mins, depending on your oven.
Let the spring rolls cool slightly and serve with some dipping sauce of your choice.

haggis spring rolls recipe

Haggis Spring Rolls Recipe

A modern way to celebrate Burns Night, or a change to the usual Burns Supper starter with these haggis spring rolls.

Ingredients
  

  • 400 g haggis
  • 1 packet of spring roll pastry or 2 packets of Jus Rol filo pastry vegan friendly
  • Water

Instructions
 

  • Preheat the oven to 200℃/fan 180℃/gas mark 6
  • Crumble the haggis into a bowl.
  • Open the spring roll or filo pastry sheets.
  • Wet a tea towel and wring it out so that it’s damp. Use this tea towel to cover the sheets of pastry to stop them from drying out between use.
  • Take a sheet of pastry.
  • Place it on the worktop so that it looks like a diamond, with a corner pointing towards you.
  • Add a palmful of haggis, in a rough sausage shape, to the bottom of the pastry sheet.
  • Fold up the bottom corner over the haggis.
  • Then fold over one side and then the other. It should look like a filled envelope.
  • Next, roll all the way up to the top. Seal the end of the pastry with some water.
  • Add the spring roll to a baking tray.
  • Continue with the rest of the spring rolls.
  • Place into the oven and bake until golden brown. This should take between 15 and 20 mins, depending on your oven.
  • Let the spring rolls cool slightly and serve with some dipping sauce of your choice.
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