Iv'e just done my first Autumn meal of the year, family classic brought up to my kitchens style - growing up we had Haggis Mash & Beans as special occasions (even though it's cheap and easy to make and delicous) but i digress -
-Haggis (sizes can vary)
Heat some butter and oil in big cast iron pan
add finely chopped onion, carrot, leeks & mushrooms untill all soft
slice up the haggis and add stirring constantly - should take about 3/5 mins to break down and stir well
add roughly chopped parsnips leeks carrots mushrooms (and anything else you fancy) salt and pepper to taste
-Boil the potatoes in seperate pan for Mash topping.
-Put the main in deep sided pie dish and cover with mash-serve with gravy and yorkshire puds or dumplings.
If i'm feeling rich
i like to make a special bacon and black olive broth as the sauce instaed of gravy and add this under the mash.
Heat some butter in a pan add some finely chopped black olives and finely sliced leeks simmer till soft then remove from the butter, add well chopped up bacon and cook till done but not crispy sprinkle some plain flour in and stir well, re-add the olives and leeks and add white wine and water of your own proportions as i think with this everyone is individual, simmer for 5 mins and pour this in before adding the mash topping - This is very good with a variety of things and is my personal favourite at present.
P.S- i don't really work with measurements with dishes like this as you can kind of run free and it's not going to be affected much.