27 February 2014

Veggie Haggis & Tattie Pasties


Veggie Haggis & Tattie Pasties

Shop bought pastry is a handy fridge standby to put together a quick meal and it's such good quality, that I don't mind buying it instead of making it. It's a great time saver, but this post isn't about pastry, it's about mustard.

I have a love affair with mustard. My first crush on it was as a small child and the mustard was French. Not the authentic French mustard that comes from our neighbouring country, no, it was the little jars of brown mustard from Colemans.

I would sneak into the kitchen, climb onto the worktop and secretly delve into the store cupboard until I found the French mustard, then I would sit there happily eating it with a teaspoon until I was discovered.

I have a more sophisticated taste in my mustard relationships now and the mustard I used in this recipe was a Mustard with White Wine, Lemon and Garlic from Maille.

If you haven't come across Maille, they are a very old  French company established more than 265 years ago by father and son Antoine-Claude Maille and Antoine-Claude Maille.

They kindly sent me some of this mustard and a bottle of their Walnut Oil. I mixed some of their mustard through my veggie haggis to spice it up for the pasties.



veggie haggis nippied up with Maille mustard









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Veggie Haggis & Tattie Pasties
Pastry filled with veggie haggis mixed with mustard & spices, mashed potato and baked beans.
Ingredients
  • 1 packet ready rolled pastry
  • 275g veggie haggis
  • 2 tbsp Maille mustard
  • 2 tsp paprika
  • ½ tsp chilli powder
  • 200g mashed potato
  • 200g baked beans
Instructions
1. Preheat the oven to 190c /375f /Gas Mark 52. Cut 4 circles from the pastry using a bowl as a template.3. Mix the haggis with the mustard and spices and divide between the 4 pasties.4. Top with mashed potato and then beans. Seal the pastry and crimp the top. Slash the side to let steam out.5. Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes until golden. If you aren't making them vegan, you can brush them with beaten egg before popping them in the oven for a good colour.6. Enjoy!
Details
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Yield: Makes 4 pasties




Disclosure: I made this recipe on behalf of Maille. I was paid for my time and received some mustard and oil. I was not required to write a positive review and any opinions expressed are my own.

22 comments:

  1. Ooh, like the new header!
    Would you believe that Barry is having a haggis party this weekend? Veggie haggis, that is --
    I shall point him to this recipe; the baked beans are JUST the right touch. Yum.

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    1. Thanks Tanita and huh what a coincidence. Have a great time. Wish I was over there and going too, it would be nice to see Barry again and you guys of course.

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  2. Great idea, I made some haggis pasties for GBC for Burns Night and used veggie haggis for my mum and dad! Love the addition of mustard in these ones Jac! Karen

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    1. Thanks Karen and as they say 'great minds think alike'. I shall have to go and look for your recipe now.

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  3. I have a sneaking suspicion that veggie haggis might be nicer than the real thing:) though I do like the real thing it's actually the spicy oaty stuff I like best

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    1. Well I am the wrong person to ask Fiona, but I would say so.

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  4. I'm so making them soon! Great step by step pictures, thanks for sharing Jac! x

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    1. I hope you enjoy them Sylvia, they are lovely and easy to make.

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  5. Yum! These look amazing! I love how you've done the diagram with captions.

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    1. Hehe, it would have been better if I hadn't forgotten one of the ingredients.

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  6. Love pies and love mustard - could you kindly make up a parcel perhaps?

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  7. Yum!! I love Maille mustard - it's the standard mustard in our house. These patties remind me of tiny cornish pasties, but with a stovies twist!

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    1. I suppose they are like stovies, I never thought of that. I've never actually had stovies. My mum didn't make them when I was a child, then I turned veggie as a teenager.

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  8. Love these Jac! I've only had veggie haggis a couple of times but I really enjoy it. Add baked beans, mashed potato and pastry... omg. Comfort food ahoy!

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    1. Glad you like them Becca, mind you I think you and I always like the same dishes.

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  9. Yummy, yummy for my tummy! I make my own veggie haggis and it is delish, in a pasty is even better.

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    1. Brilliant! You are good to go then Lorna. Enjoy!

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  10. Very cute. I love putting beans and mash in pastry - I did it with some leftover shepherd's pie and it makes leftovers into something very special.

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  11. Very cute pasties and I bet very tasty!
    Janie x

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  12. Oh I love a good haggis recipe and this looks fantastic - I came to mustard later in life than you but love adding it to any dish I can! Also love the baked beans in here.

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