A knob of butter
A splash of oil
15ml of Speyside Whisky (chefs feel that a Speyside Whisky works best to accompany haggis)
125ml of beef stock
100ml of double cream
Salt and ground white pepper, to taste
1. Finely dice the shallots and sweat them in the butter and oil, using a small saucepan.
2. Add the whisky to your pan (watch out, this will produce a flame!)
3. Whilst it’s flaming, add in the beef stock.
4. Set to a good simmer and let the liquid reduce by a third before you add in the cream.
5. Season with ground pepper and a small amount of salt and mace.
6. Finish with some finely chopped chervil. (you can also use parsley or chives)