Scottish cuisine

Scottish cuisine

Experts believe that modern Scottish cuisine has practically not preserved the original original recipes. This is understandable: the old Scottish recipes are so simple, uncomplicated, even somewhat crude, that they rarely seem attractive to a modern cook. Yet Scottish cuisine is somewhat different from other cuisines.

Perhaps the most prominent example of Scottish culinary identity to this day is the haggis. Haggis is made from sheep tripe stuffed with offal (lungs, liver, heart), seasoned with spices. Added to this is oatmeal and at least a glass of whiskey.

In addition, Scottish cuisine has many delicious pastries, including oatmeal. These are, for example, scones, as well as various options for gingerbread cookies.

Here are some Scottish recipes.

Scottish cheeses "Kabok"
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