Halls Vegetarian Haggis(454g) £1.49 or 2 for £2.50 @Lidl
217°Expired

Halls Vegetarian Haggis(454g) £1.49 or 2 for £2.50 @Lidl

41
Found 21st Jan 2014
Halls Vegetarian Haggis(454g) £1.49 or 2 for £2.50 @Lidl
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

41 Comments

Can anyone tell me what is in a veggie haggis?

BarrGunter

Can anyone tell me what is in a veggie haggis?


It's a farmed one, that doesn't eat meat, unlike the ones you get in the wild.

BarrGunter

Can anyone tell me what is in a veggie haggis?



lentils, kidney beans, veggie suet, bits of carrot etc - very very nice - I am not veggie but my other half is and we have this regularly - stick it in the microwave and it's perfect with neeps and tatties!

hopefully this will be available in Northern Ireland

Original Poster

BarrGunter

Can anyone tell me what is in a veggie haggis?



thanks mollymooster

here are few more ingredients
vegetarian haggis contains a hearty mix of kidney beans, lentils, nuts, vegetables, oatmeal, onions, seasoning and spices.

yummy!

All Haggi are vegetarians ,they only eat neeps !

mollymooster

lentils, kidney beans, veggie suet, bits of carrot etc - very very nice - … lentils, kidney beans, veggie suet, bits of carrot etc - very very nice - I am not veggie but my other half is and we have this regularly - stick it in the microwave and it's perfect with neeps and tatties!hopefully this will be available in Northern Ireland



Not sure of the brand but tescos springhill in bangor had veggie Haggis last week.

unfortunately it will all be vegetarian in the future as haggis have now been hunted to extinction.

Great pot, been looking for vegi haggis, really like them, but didn't have any in Aldl yesterday. Will get to Lidl at lunch.

if it's not Macsweens, it's not haggis!

sounds like a lot of hot air PHRRRRRP!!! PARRRP! PRRRRRRP! PSSSSHHHH!

All those beans and lentils.!!!!!!!!!

Think I'll stick to this after all you wouldn't dress a sirloin steak as an apple would you
Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver and lungs); minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and traditionally encased in the animal's stomach and simmered for approximately three hours. YUM

If you don't have a Lidl nearby, Sainsbury's do a veggie haggis for £2.

sainsburys.co.uk/gro…697


Edited by: "loxleyt" 22nd Jan 2014

Vaggi's....doesn't sound like something I'd like to put n my mouth oO

If it does not pluck in it its not Haggis

Veggie haggis? They'll be making veggie sausages next.

these are lovely with scrambled or fried egg, ignore the 'haggis' moniker and it is a very nice savory addition..

Also these are not available outside of scotland so grab them while you can!

They will have Iron Bru "made in Scotland from fairy dust next"

Save the haggis

Here is the real thing

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_0W_QqQJyAQw/TPP5RkqYvII/AAAAAAAAIFI/iZIkSgBPWU8/s1600/Hunt%2BYe%2BHaggis.jpg

This stuff is the best veggie haggis. It can be a bit dry so I always throw a wee splash of red wine into the dish before bunging in the microwave. It's also nice wrapped up in puff pastry! Yummy, and no yucky animal parts in sight. Why would you want to eat proper haggis when you know what's in it?? The mind boggles!!

speric07

Save the haggisHere is the real thing




Quick, kill it before it lays eggs!

Nk74

This stuff is the best veggie haggis. It can be a bit dry so I always … This stuff is the best veggie haggis. It can be a bit dry so I always throw a wee splash of red wine into the dish before bunging in the microwave. It's also nice wrapped up in puff pastry!



Its also very nice stuffed inside a chicken breast or de-boned thigh, then wrapped in bacon. If you can get the chicken with the skin still on then a small amount of black pudding under the skin is an excellent addition

Nk74

Yummy, and no yucky animal parts in sight. Why would you want to eat … Yummy, and no yucky animal parts in sight. Why would you want to eat proper haggis when you know what's in it?? The mind boggles!!



I know exactly what is in it, and love the stuff! Why on earth would you eat something without knowing the ingredients, the mind boggles!!

anyone know if they are available down in lidl down south ?

I suppose people could wash this down with their alcohol free lager.

I love real haggis, this though sounds like an abomination.

Nk74

This stuff is the best veggie haggis. It can be a bit dry so I always … This stuff is the best veggie haggis. It can be a bit dry so I always throw a wee splash of red wine into the dish before bunging in the microwave. It's also nice wrapped up in puff pastry! Yummy, and no yucky animal parts in sight. Why would you want to eat proper haggis when you know what's in it?? The mind boggles!!



By eating those so called Yucky animal parts you are showing the ultimate respect for the animal that gave it's life to feed you , and it tastes bloody nice.

Everyone to their own but why do veggies insist on disguising lentils nuts and rice to look like meat if they don't eat it. the mind really does boggle

Think I will invent the broccoli soup made of chicken !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mac1611

anyone know if they are available down in lidl down south ?

Spain?

2409chris

Spain?

no you mumpty lol sussex! lol

mac1611

no you mumpty lol sussex! lol



I think you may have revealed your own numpty status there...

mac1611

anyone know if they are available down in lidl down south ?



It wasn't in the leaflet for me (Stafford) and I didn't see any, but saying that I went in Tuesday morning on the way to work and got the last proper haggis they had so there is a good chance they'd already sold out. M&S do a veggie one if you're stuck.

speric07

Here is the real thing




Its legs are longer on one side of the body to help when running round hills apparently ...

fishmaster

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/wordofmouth/2010/jan/25/neeps-swede-or-turnip



I used to be confused, now I'm not so sure!

Morrisons do a good veggie one too, £1.50

Noeldude

Its legs are longer on one side of the body to help when running round … Its legs are longer on one side of the body to help when running round hills apparently ...


And there's two distinct sub-species - the right handed ones - 90% of the population that runs one way round a hill, and the 10% 'lefties' which run the other.

Interbreeding is physically impossible!

LesD

I used to be confused, now I'm not so sure!


North of the border - Turnips, or 'neeps' are orange, one and the same species, but are known elsewhere as swedes, these are also the only genuine article when making 'neep' lanterns at Halloween.

What is known as a 'turnip' elsewhere is almost entirely unknown in Scotland.

It is well known that the white turnip is toxic to the wild haggis.

Nk74

This stuff is the best veggie haggis. It can be a bit dry so I always … This stuff is the best veggie haggis. It can be a bit dry so I always throw a wee splash of red wine into the dish before bunging in the microwave. It's also nice wrapped up in puff pastry!

Nk74

Yummy, and no yucky animal parts in sight. Why would you want to eat … Yummy, and no yucky animal parts in sight. Why would you want to eat proper haggis when you know what's in it?? The mind boggles!!



My mind is well and truly boggling at your pathetic comments. oO

Nk74

My mind is well and truly boggling at your pathetic comments. oO



What is pathetic about a recipe? What is pathetic about knowing what you eat? And, as mentioned earlier, what is pathetic about eating something that tastes great yet most carnivores would either bin or feed to their dogs because they perceive it as being 'yucky'?

You may be a vegetarian, but the majority of us are true to our biology.

ukhotdeals1

And there's two distinct sub-species - the right handed ones - 90% of the … And there's two distinct sub-species - the right handed ones - 90% of the population that runs one way round a hill, and the 10% 'lefties' which run the other.



Huh! I never knew that. You live and learn.

ukhotdeals1

Interbreeding is physically impossible!



Just as well. If they could you end up with a haggis with four very long legs or four very short legs. The poor thing would look ridiculous!

Looked in both our branches in Neath, Wales. Nothing going on there. Must have sold out quickly

I asked in my local Worthing branch if thet stocked it .Polish assistant looked at me as if I was from another planet !!!!
Si it was no ,they didnt stock it then i said lol

Noeldude

Just as well. If they could you end up with a haggis with four very long … Just as well. If they could you end up with a haggis with four very long legs or four very short legs. The poor thing would look ridiculous!



Ah, but with a selective breeding programme you may be able to get ones with longer front legs for rapidly descending hills. Then we're all doomed!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text