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Cornish pasties with tartan twist
Cornish pasties
The pasties will be blast frozen before being freshly baked
A Cornish bakery is cooking up an unusual version of its classic dish to mark Burns night on 25 January.

Crantock Bakery is teaming up with haggis maker Macsween's to produce a haggis pasty for the occasion.

The pasties will be available at branches of the Good Food Shop in Dundee, East Kilbride and Aberdeen.

Crantock's Nick Ringer said: "This is a case of a Celtic tradition from one end of the country, meeting a Celtic tradition from the other end."

The pasties will be made from Macsween's haggis and blended with potatoes, swede, onions before being hand crimped at Crantock's Indian Queen's base.

The pasties will then be blast frozen before being freshly baked at the Scottish shops.


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