St Andrew’s Day Feast

30th November is St Andrew’s Day, celebration of Scotland’s patron saint. St Andrew’s philosophy was to share what you have with those less fortunate. This is commemorated each year with parties and sharing of food.

shortbreadMany popular traditional Scottish recipes are naturally gluten-free, which is great news! You can enjoy– neeps and tatties, Stovies, Cullen Sink, Cock-a-leekie soup and Scottish tablet!

To make sure that you don’t have to miss out on any of your other much loved-dishes, we’ve developed gluten-free versions of a few Scottish classics.

A Scottish breakfast is just not the same without potato scones! This traditional Scottish recipe is very tasty but also simple, a smooth mash will give you the best results. Shortbread is a lovely, buttery accompaniment to your mid-morning cuppa!Steak pie and chips

Scotland is famed for the quality of its salmon. Make the most of this tasty fish with these Crunchy Salmon  Fishcakes, they can also be made smaller for seasonal party treats. Scotch Eggs are the perfect solution for a party or a tasty snack. If you are in the mood for a hearty feast, you can’t beat a Steak Pie made with the finest Aberdeen Angus steak.

For pudding, Scotland’s raspberries have a great part to play! Raspberry Cranachan is a traditional Scottish dessert made from whipped cream, honey and whisky, a twist on the Scottish classic toasted oats. Cute Raspberry Buns are a favourite with many families, while Marmalade Cake using the best marmalade from – the home of marmalade, Dundee.

marmalade cake

Enjoy for St Andrew’s day cooking and don’t forget to share with us your food pictures on all our social channels!

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