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History, scenery, scones and sheep- our UK adventure!

History, scenery, scones and sheep- our UK adventure!

Jul 22nd, 2013, 06:11 PM
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These nachos were made with cool ranch doritos of all things. And topped with some sort of tasteless melted cheese substance. And I paid for this travesty!

Eww, yeah, what I had was much more tasty than what you describe. The chips were yummy freshly made potato chips, the haggis tasty, and the cheese a creamy melted delight.

I've done some St. Andrew's Day and Burns Night break room treats for my coworkers (I spread the table with Scottish foods) and I don't let them watch while I make the haggis nachos b/c taking the skinless haggis out of the can does look a bit like pet food!

I spread the haggis on a platter, spread it out a bit and nuke for a couple of minutes. Then mix it with homestyle potato chips and top with a mix of shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheeses. Nuke to melt the cheese.

I've had the Caledonian Kitchen beef haggis and the Stahly traditional Scottish haggis. I prefer the Stahly's flavor.

When I can't get it locally and really want some .. check Amazon ;-)
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