howtowdie

howtowdie

(haʊˈtaʊdɪ)
n
(Cookery) a Scottish dish of boiled chicken with poached eggs and spinach
[C18: from Old French hétoudeau, estaudeau a fat young chicken for cooking]
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What are the main ingredients of the Scottish dish howtowdie?
As you would expect in an establishment with such an illustrious past, haggis, neeps and tatties (pounds 4.55) is the most popular dish with chicken howtowdie (pounds 4.55), steak- in-ale pie (pounds 4.50) and Cullen Skink (pounds 2.95) among the other favourites.