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Haggis Sampler 3 Cans with Sirloin Beef
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  • Made in the USA
  • One each: Sirloin Beef, Traditional Lamb, and Hardcore Haggis
  • Each more authentic tasting than the last!
  • Best way to try all three. Or give the gift of haggis to those you love (or to your “frenemies” 😈 !)
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Sirloin Beef Haggis
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Nutritional Facts:

Serving Size: 3oz

Servings Per Container: about 3

Calories Per Serving: 170     Calories from Fat: 95

Total Fat: 10g
Cholesterol: 4mg
Sodium: 460mg
Total Carbohydrate: 12g
Protein: 8g

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Nutritional Facts:

Serving Size: 3oz

Servings Per Container: about 3

Calories Per Serving: 170     Calories from Fat: 95

Total Fat: 10g
Cholesterol: 4mg
Sodium: 460mg
Total Carbohydrate: 12g
Protein: 8g

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Traditional Lamb Haggis
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  • Whether you’ve got a Burns Night Supper coming up, or if you just need your regular haggis fix, this Traditional Lamb Haggis is the authentic experience you’re looking for
  • Of the three types of haggis we stock, this is the most moderate—if you’re looking to level up to a more traditional haggis than beef, this is the perfect option for you
  • Made here in the USA for quick and easy shipping—but packed with real authentic Scottish flavor
  • Comes in a 14.5 ounce can—we also offer a set of 12 cans for the real haggis lover
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Hardcore Haggis
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  • Made in the USA, our Hardcore Haggis is a traditional Scottish lamb dish with made-in-Scotland authentic flavor
  • A genuine, classic flavor variety that true aficionados will appreciate 
  • This 15 oz. can bring the Highlands to your table, whether it’s for a hearty breakfast or Burns’ Night celebration with friends
  • Save money when you buy more ($14 per can when you buy two; $13 per can when you buy three or more)
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  • One each: Highland Beef, Traditional Lamb, and Hardcore Haggis
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Haggis Mega Sampler — 4 Cans of Each Flavor

  • 4 cans of Highland Beef Haggis
  • 4 cans of Traditional Lamb Haggis
  • 4 cans of Hardcore Haggis

Not sure which haggis you like? Or you know that you like all three? This Mega Sampler is the perfect choice! Made in the USA.

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  • Made in the USA
  • 15 oz. Can
  • Traditional Lamb Haggis
  • Authentic Taste
  • Recommended for Haggis Enthusiasts
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  • Made in the USA
  • 15 oz. Can
  • Traditional Lamb Haggis
  • Authentic Taste
  • Recommended for Haggis Enthusiasts
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  • Made in the USA
  • 14.5 oz. Can
  • 100% USDA Highland Beef
  • Tastes like Corned-Beef Hash
  • Recommended for American Palates
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  • 14.5 oz. Can
  • Traditional Lamb Haggis
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FHPKM Mini Presentation Haggis Kit
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Kit Includes:

  • 2 cans of your choice of haggis
  • Presentation Haggis casing
  • Pre-cut strings to bind the end of the casing
  • Easy preparation instructions

Just the right size for you and a few friends! Makes about 6 servings. What’s a Burns Supper or Tartan Day without a presentation haggis?! Our kit is easy to prepare. Just stuff, steam, and serve!

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Presentation Haggis Kit - Traditional Lamb
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  • 20 4oz. Servings
  • 6 Cans of Haggis
  • Your Choice of Our 3 Varieties
  • 1 Casing
  • Pre-cut String
  • Preparation Instructions
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Yummy Downloadable Haggis Recipes
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  • Our delicious Highland Beef Haggis is made in the USA and is the easiest flavor of all our haggis optionsthe most suitable for American palates
  • Comes in a 14.5 ounce canperfect for a family dinner
  • Ideal for first-timersfor reference, it tastes similar to corned beef hash
  • Made from 100% USDA Highland Beef
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If you have questions, we have answers. Many people are interested in kilts, and all things Celtic, but are unsure of the history of this famous garment. Read on for some answers to our most commonly asked questions.

Don't be fooled by the legend that says that a haggis is a creature found roaming the moors. Because moors are traditionally slanted, the wild haggis has developed shorter legs on one side. Seriously though, haggis is the most traditional Scottish dish, made from sheep offal or beef and boiled in a casing (usually the sheep stomach).

Burns night (January 25th) celebrates the birthday of Scotland's best-known poet, Robbie (Auld Lang Syne) Burns, and it is customary to serve haggis for dinner on this occasion. Burns himself wrote an ode to haggis, so that means that it's even more Burns-ey to have haggis on Burns night. You can also eat it at Hogmanay (New Years Day) or Tartan Day (April 6th). There isn't ever a bad day or time to eat Haggis as it's delicious for everyday meals, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Canned haggis from The Celtic Croft is very easy to heat on the stove in a pan or skillet, or microwave. For a traditional texture, heat gently and stir frequently. You can add a little water while heating if you like it very moist.

You can also serve haggis crispy, with crispy fried potatoes and a fried egg on top. This dish is a perfect everyday or hangover breakfast! While these aren't the traditional method of making haggis, canned haggis is the most convenient way to enjoy the dish regularly!

Your can of haggis will indicate a two-year shelf life, but don't let that fool you. Haggis is a durable dish and may last up to 20+ years if stored in a cool, dry, bomb-shelter.

Haggis is made from high-quality meat cuts of sheep or cows, and it tends to taste a little livery. However, it's mixed with pepper, spices, and oatmeal, all of which give it added flavor. The oatmeal can add a little nutty taste to it as well. Some people say it tastes a lot like corned-beef hash. Serve haggis with neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes), and wash down with whisky. The Celtic Croft offers four varieties of Haggis ranging from mild sirloin beef to "hardcore" lamb haggis.

You can easily freeze your haggis in handy serving portions, ready to heat and eat. Start by using a can opener and cut both ends of the can of haggis open. Push firmly on the lid on either end, and the tube of haggis will slide out still intact. Then, using a sharp knife, slice the haggis into personal serving portions (about 1/2 to 1 inch thick). Wrap the slices of haggis in aluminum foil, plastic wrap, zipper bags, or vacuum seal, and freeze.

You can safely store leftover haggis in the refrigerator for a couple of days. Make sure none of it goes to waste by eating the leftovers for a delicious and easy breakfast!

Traditionally haggis is made from sheep products, but other animals like cows have been used to create this dish. The Celtic Croft offers four varieties for taste buds' pleasure: Traditional Lamb Haggis, Sirloin Beef Haggis, Hardcore Haggis, and Highland Beef Haggis.

Traditionally, haggis is made from animal offal, which is the part of the animal that is hardest to preserve. So it needed to be cooked or prepared straight away. The liver, heart, and lungs are minced and mixed with spices and onions, although not essential, then cooked in the sheep's stomach.

History tells us that the Romans and Vikings might have enjoyed a haggis-type dish, but nothing is known for sure. The English are also believed to have eaten haggis in the 17th or 18th century. However, it is largely considered that the Scots were the actual inventors of this dish. It was an efficient and practical way of making the best use of the entire animal possible and making it palatable and tasty. Using the stomach as a sausage casing is not unique to Scotland, however. Historically, people across all cultures have used the animals' stomachs as casing for sausages and other dishes.