This vegan haggis is perfect comfort food for any cold winter night. It's especially festive for a Burns Night supper, celebrating the great poet Robert Burns annually on 25 January. Traditional foods include haggis, bowls of steaming
This vegetable haggis from Graham Campbell has all the herbs, spices and binding oats of a conventional haggis, but as it's meat-free, it's particularly suitable for vegetarians and those put off by the thought of eating offal.
Vegetarian haggis: This was genuinely DELICIOUS, and I'd make it even if it weren't Robert Burns Night. The friend who made it used pine nuts instead of the suggested ones, and a variety of mushrooms. He used steelcut for "pinhead" oats.