The Glasgow Pie That Will Change Your Breakfast Forever

Get ready for a breakfast game-changer, Glasgow.

This deli is serving up a fry up with a difference – and your mornings will never be the same again.

Ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce you to… the full Scottish breakfast in a pie.

We’re talking thin layers of lorne sausage, haggis, potato scone and black pudding, deliciously topped off with a baked egg sprinkled with pieces of bacon.

(Image: Daily Record)
(Image: Daily Record)

Chef Andy Currie is the man behind the masterpiece, and he told the Daily Record his ingenious creation has been flying out of his deli on the outskirts of Glasgow.

He said: “I came up with the idea when I opened the deli thinking it would be a bit of a gimmick, but they have been flying out of the shop in the morning.

“The workmen and the van drivers love them with a cup of tea or coffee.

“I tried a few different ways of doing it to begin with, building up the layers in different ways.

“I think the one we have settled on with the egg on top with bacon pieces is the best.

“We then have the sausage, haggis, tattie scone and black pudding coming in from the bottom.

“It is well balanced and all of the ingredients are top quality.

“The spice level is good and it has a bit of salt without being too salty.”

(Image: Daily Record)
(Image: Daily Record)

Catering firm manager Andy, who launched Table 13 Express takeaway deli in Kirkintilloch earlier this year, said he enjoys experimenting with traditional Scottish fare.

The dad-of-two added: “We have a few different pies, the traditional steak pie and steak and haggis pies are really popular as well.

“We are always looking to experiment and we even have a lasagne pie.

“When you add the breakfast pie to that line up I think there has to be something for everyone in there.”

Andy with co-workers Mac Davidson and Susan O’Reilly (Image: Daily Record)

English breakfast fry-up pies are all the rage across the UK, but we’re pretty sure this is the first Scottish version.

Perfect for lazy mornings or an accompaniment to a can of Irn Bru as a weekend curer, this dish looks simply scrumptious.

We don’t know about you but we cannot wait to try this!