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This Morning fans outraged as classic Scottish dish 'butchered' on Burns Night

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Scots This Morning viewers were left completely outraged today as the show celebrated Burns Night by making popular Scots dish stovies.Fans of the show said the recipe was so off the mark from traditional stovies that Rabbie Burns would be 'turning in his grave'.Holly and Phil were joined in the studio kitchen by cook Suzanne Mulholland who was showing them how to create her take on stovies, but fans weren't happy and said it was not a true portrayal of the dish and resembled 'corned beef hash' more than anything.

Others were outraged over tomatoes included in the dish.Suzanne demonstrated how to create the one pan dish and added corned beef and tomatoes.

But viewers took to Twitter to express their anger.One viewer was outraged, they wrote: "TOMATOES IN STOVIES ARE YOU F*****G KIDDING ME, Rabbie Burns will be turning in his bloody grave."One wrote: "Sorry no tomatoes in traditional Scottish stovies."Another fumed: "Anyone who claims that is stovies should be disowned by Scotland.

That was a corned beef hash and not even a good one at that!!!!"One added: "That was in no way stovies, and any Scot who says otherwise should be disowned by the rest of the nation!!!!" Another said: "Wow @thismorning seriously stovies is not “corn beef hash” weirdest Scottish take on stovies ever!!!

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