Second to the title of Scotland’s most famous drink, but no less enjoyed, is the country’s other national drink, Irn Bru. Loved all over the world by millions the ginger ginger is now being embraced in a new fashion, through the wonders of fusion cuisine.
First there was the Irn Bru flavoured square sausage, which made its mark in 2007. Since, the appetite for Irn Bru to be embraced into our every meal – and every course – has grown; and so has stemmed a variety of adventurous recipes all embracing the nation’s favourite fizzy.
And it is not just the Scots who are Irn Bru lovers, the drink ‘made from girders’ is growing in popularity south of the border. So much so, that a new Irn Bru factory is to be built, in England! So, to celebrate the news of our other national drink we have compiled a list of recipes using the country’s favourite ginger.
Next up, Irn Bru Ice-cream Ripple. Imagine, you’ve just enjoyed your meal at Edinburgh’s finest fusion cuisine restaurant, you’ve had Irn Bru flavoured sausages, severed on top garlic and lemon mashed potato drizzled in a light gravy, but you’ve got a small space left, just hankering for ice-cream to wash it all down. Click here for the recipe.