Clap Shot With Haggis
One medium Turnip.
Some boiling Potatoes.
One medium onion.
I was leafing through an old SWRI cookbook the other day when I chanced on "Clap Shot" I had never heard of it before but I soon realised that it was very similar to how we prepared Tatties and Neeps [ Scottish word for Turnip ] to serve with Haggis. The dish is said to come from Orkney and combines three readily available Scottish Vegetables. Potato , Turnip and onion. The book suggests serving with Sausages but I think it's ideal with Haggis.
Peel wash and chop the potato and Turnip. Finely chop the Onion. Bring the Potato and Turnip to the boil in separate pans and simmer till cooked. Fry the chopped Onion in some Butter till golden and soft. Mash the Potato and Turnip and combine mix in the fried onion. And serve with Haggis an Gravy. Haggis is very easy to cook it generally come in a synthetic casing these days and is cooked in water in this casing. Some can even be done in the microwave in this case you empty in to a microwave bowl and cook for about 6 mins.