Haggis is a traditional Scottish food derived from a sheep's entrails.
Traditional Scottish breakfast served at The Scotsman's North Bridge Brasserie & Bar, winner of the best haggis breakfast award. The haggis is the round, dark, grainy-looking item on the left side of the plate.
© Susan Breslow Sardone.
Components of haggis include the heart, lungs, and liver from a sheep. These are mixed with spices, onions, oatmeal, mutton fat, stock, and salt. This tantalizing concoction is then stuffed into a sheep stomach or encased in sausage skin and simmered for several hours.