Scotland is very famous for many things but one of the things that stand out for visitors is the country’s delicacies that are known the world over.
Arranging a visit to Scotland must include a sampling of the foods and drinks that have made Scotland a culinary delight to visit.
Fresh prawns, whether raw or cooked, should smell fresh and clean, not fishy, and should look moist. Avoid any that look dry or that have broken or cracked shells.
There are several ways to cook scallops, bake, broil, and saute.
Shortbread is so named because of its crumbly texture. The cause of this texture is its high fat content, provided by the butter. The short or crumbly texture is a result of the fact that the fat inhibits the formation of long protein strands.
4. Aberdeen Angus Beef
5. Louch Fyne Oysters
6. Heather Honey
Heather honey is made from nectar collected from the tiny purple bell-shaped flower of the common heather plant.
7. Scottish Salmon
The Rivers Tay and Tweed are major salmon fisheries. Since victorian times these and other rivers have hosted wealthy fishing parties on the estates of the aristocracy.
8. Malt Whiskies
Scottish Whisky is extremely well known all over the world, with one of the biggest markets being China.