Traditional Scottish Tattie Scones recipe

Scottish Tattie (Potato) Scones Recipe

Scottish Tattie Scone Recipe – How To Make Potato Scones (Savory Muffin Mashed Potatoes)

Cock-a-Leekie is a chicken and leek soup which originates from Scotland.  It is a traditionally served  on January 25th at dinners celebrating the birth of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns.

Downton Abbey recipes ~ Cock-a-Leekie is a chicken and leek soup which originates from Scotland. It is a traditionally served on January at dinners celebrating the birth of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns.

Glasgow Guide: Scottish Recipes: Tipsy Laird

Glasgow Guide: Scottish Recipes: Tipsy Laird and 215 other Scottish recipes. Notes on this one-double the custard recipe next time.

Cranachan - a well-known Scottish dessert. This dessert is traditionally served at New Year and at some Burns Night suppers.

Scots pan Perfect Pippa's party guide to Burns Night for 'stifling the life' out of the celebration and its 'dull as dishwater' menu

Cranachan - a well-known Scottish dessert. Berries, whipped cream, granola, and whiskey. This dessert is traditionally served at New Year and at some Burns Night suppers.

You can make this up to three days ahead... it's a rich beef stew that gets better the longer it's kept

Highland beef with pickled walnuts & puff pastry tops

Highland beef with pickled walnuts & puff pastry tops. A rich beef stew that gets better the longer it's kept. The pickled walnuts add a tangy touch. Make up to three days ahead

Cranachan - porridge trifle. http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/648633/cranachan

Cranachan

The best Scottish dessert - Cranachan, cream, toasted oatmeal, raspberries and of course whisky via

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