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It's a Scottish dish made of leftovers that everyone loves.... Jim should get some made for Ewan and surprise him, Ewan will freak out
Left over Beef diced up
4 large Tatties partially boiled and sliced
1 thinly sliced onion
1 tablespoon of dripping from the cooked beef
A wee bit of beef stock
Salt and Pepper
Stovies Cooking Directions:
1. Add a wee bit of lard to a pot and gently cook the onions until soft. Add the beef (mince/lamb can be used if prefered). Add salt and pepper.
2. Cover with tattie slices and cover with the stock depending on how moist you prefer the meal. We add a wee bit and top up as required.
3. Simmer on the hob for about an hour or cook in the oven at 190c for about 50 minutes.
4. Serve piping hot with oatcakes, beetroot and skirlie.
It varies across scotland.... no-one uses lard now, we tend to mash the tatties here and oatcakes and beetroot (baxters is the best) are a MUST.....lol...
now I'm hankering for some midnight soup & crackers now.
I'll have to try that recipe Fluffy, sound nummy,yummy.
Is beetroot - turnip or beets?
Color little dish does not look red.
I understand that the tops(greens) are also good for salads,
anyone try it.
I know rubarb greens are suppose to be poisonous or something.
Dandelions tops for salad too, anyone hear this?
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