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Burns Night Recipes
I have selected these recipes to help you plan your traditional Scottish burns night celebrations. These recipes are some of our favourite Scottish recipes and would work well for Burns night…watch this space for more additions towards the big event! Head over to our recipe collections for a full page of traditional Scottish recipes for Burns Night.
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This is such a delicious traditional Scottish recipe for potted trout and very easy to make. I like it in the Winter months but it is equally good in the warmer months too. It travels well and goes nicely with toast, crackers and oatcakes. We enjoy it on toast triangles with a bowl of warm … Read More
If your looking for something hearty and healthy this January then this broth is perfect for you. This recipe is biult up on a delicious beef broth using leeks, onions and kale for the vegetable base and can also be served with a wee suppie cream. The barley in this recipe is loved by all … Read More
This Christmas Plum Pudding is light in colour and texture compared to the heavier versions available and it works perfectly as a boozey pudding or as an adorable Christmas pudding with icing and holly.
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I hope you find some inspiration from our beautiful country and enjoy a taste of Traditional Scottish food and culture!
The kitchen is filled with the traditional Scottish scent of the broth pot, bread is rising on top of the oven and there are bowls of foraged and garden picked foods waiting to be preserved or cooked on the worktops. Little ones are being fed in all directions, ferments are brewing and bubbling and recipe books old and new lie open across the kitchen table.
It’s just another day in The Wee Larder kitchen and I look forward to sharing it with you!
xx Angie Milne xx