Tatty and Neeps Soup with a Haggis Boudin

22 Jan 2016

As its Burns Night on Monday 25th January, we thought we would share our own Modern British take on a Haggis, Tatties and Neeps recipe. This delicious Soup is perfect for a Burns Night Celebration and if you’re not a fan of Haggis or you’re Vegetarian then you can simply enjoy the Soup without the Boudin.

As its Burns Night on Monday 25th January, we thought we would share our own Modern British take on a Haggis, Tatties and Neeps recipe. This delicious Soup is perfect for a Burns Night Celebration and if you’re not a fan of Haggis or you’re Vegetarian then you can simply enjoy the Soup without the Boudin.

Tatty and Neeps Soup with a Haggis Boudin – Serves 4

Soup Ingredients:

  • 1 x Onion
  • 2 x Large Swedes (Peeled and Diced)
  • 2 x Large Potatoes (Peeled and Diced)
  • 1 x Litre of Chicken Stock
  • 2 x Cloves of Garlic
  • A handful of Thyme
  • Oil
  • 2 x Tablespoons of Cream (Optional)

Method:

  • Finely dice your Onion and sweat in a little Oil
  • Add the chopped Garlic and Thyme
  • Add the peeled and diced Potatoes and Swede to the pan
  • Sweat for a couple of minutes then add the Chicken Stock. Simmer for 30 minutes until the Vegetables have softened – meanwhile, make the Boudin
  • Once the Soup is cooked, blend and season to taste
  • Add a small amount of Cream (optional)

Boudin Ingredients:

  • 100g x Haggis
  • 50g x Chicken Breast
  • 50ml x Double Cream
  • 1 x Egg
  • A Sprig of Tarragon

Method:

  • Blend the Chicken with the Egg and slowly add the Cream. Break the Haggis into small pieces and fold it in to the Chicken mixture. Season and add the chopped Tarragon
  • Roll the mixture into a sausage-shape on a large sheet of Clingfilm
  • Tightly roll the mixture in the Clingfilm and ensure the ends are twisted shut
  • Poach for 25 minutes in boiling water or steam until cooked

To Serve:

  • Once the boudin is cooked, unwrap and slice into 1cm slices then pan fry
  • Place a slice in each bowl and pour the soup around the Boudin