These recipes are selected as some of our favourites to eat on Burns night. We love a delicious cock a leekie soup, a good Scottish cheese board and of course Haggis, Neeps and Tatties. Traditional Scottish Cranachan is the perfect way to end the meal or a lovely Scottish trifle. I hope you enjoy these favourites there will always be new additions so come back to check for more recipes. Feel free to mix and match the recipes below to create your own Scottish burns night celebration meal.
Traditional Scottish Fatty Cutties come from Orkney and I first tried them from a company up there. My kids loved them and I knew I would have to find a recipe for them. This recipe is based on a traditional recipe from Orkney and has been kept as close to the original as possible. They … Read More
These Scottish haggis balls made with Traditional Scottish Haggis are so easy to make and delicious served up with some neeps (turnip) and tatties (potatoes) or some clapshot. I’m serving my balls up with some clapshot in this recipe as they work so well together.
We love a good Scottish cheese board in this house and with a few good Scottish cheeses, chutneys and home made jellies its the perfect treat! I thought this cheese board would work really well as a center piece for any Traditional Scottish Burns night celebration.
This delicious pear, mincemeat and caramel tart is really lovely served with the Scottish real dairy traditional Ice cream from Mackie’s of Scotland. It works so well with the caramel sauce and the tart is so sparkly with all of the sprinkled glitter. Its the perfect dessert around the Christmas and Hogmany period.
I have shared a few recipes over the years for making Traditional Scotch broth but this recipe has to be one of my absolute favourites. It was inspired by some of the older Traditional Scottish recipes for barley broth.
This delicious Scottish smoked salmon salad makes a beautiful starter on Christmas day with its silky smooth smokey slices, crispy red onions and apples, chives and bright red sweet beetroot & horseradish dressing with a shimmer of gold dust.
This dish is such a classic and a favourite of the Scottish people, especially here in the North East. It’s a hearty yet easy meal to make and is delicious on a cold Autumn of Winters day. We love making this dish now and again and enjoy it with fresh garden tatties (potatoes) and creamy … Read More
This traditional Scottish crowdie cheese is so delicious and creamy and spreads really well on Scottish oatcakes, biscuits or even in a sandwich. Its really easy to make and traditionally was a great way to use up excess milk.
We love these traditional Scottish oatcakes as they are so easy to make yet so delicious with a slice of cheese and fresh jelly from the garden. I always thought that traditional Scottish oatcakes were difficult to make but they are acutally pretty easy. It just takes a little patience and careful preparation to make … Read More
This traditional scottish recipe for cock a leekie soup is based on the traditional simple way of cooking cock a leekie soup. There are more modern variations of cock a leekie soup with carrot and prunes but my version is based on the old traditional way of making cock a leekie. Its really simple and … Read More