Try your hand at combining two of the Scotland's most loved foods to create the perfect start to your meal.
Karon at Larder Love says: "Serve with a glass of your favourite tipple and enjoy this version of the famous smoked salmon on blinis, only we are truly Scottish so it’s smoked salmon on tattie scones all the way!"
Cock-a-leekie soup is a must for any cold Burns Night supper, and with just five ingredients, it's a quick and easy way to begin the night.
Karon at Larder Love says: "Sometimes the best recipes have the fewest ingredients, this one is a case in point. There are only 5 ingredients in traditional Scottish cock-a-leekie soup – chicken, leeks, peppercorns, prunes and parsley. Oh and water as well, but I am not counting that as an ingredient as I assume you already have that on tap so to speak"
Veggie haggis and mustard bites make for a delicious alternative to traditional haggis snacks. To serve these on the night, all you'll need is puff pastry, flour, milk, vegetarian haggis and mustard.
Neeps and tatties are the staple to any Burns Night meal. This BBC Good Food recipe gives you a quick and easy run down on how to make the perfect side dish to accompany your main course.
It wouldn't be Burns Night without an authentic and delicious Scottish recipe - try this one for the famous Haggis sausage.
Calling all vegans and vegetarians, you need not miss out this Burns Night. This innovative vegan recipe gives you all the traditional Scottish food you need - without a sheep a sight.
Vegan Lass says: "The ultimate winter comfort food: no sheep stomach in sight! Spiced and warming, this haggis is basically everything you want when you've traipsed home in the snow/rain/wind/hail/all of the above."
Burns Night doesn't have to be all about the meat eaters - this BBC Good Food recipe will satisfy any hungry mouth.
If you're feeling a bit stuffed after the heavy meal, this raspberry cranachan is sure to give you a much needed lift.
Gretchen says: "The food isn't usually the most memorable part of a trip to Scotland, unless we’re talking about haggis, but never before had I ever heard of cranachan. And leave it to the Scots to name a dessert with a title that sounds like it should involve a fire-breathing dragon or a knight’s sword."
Whisky doesn't have to be drank to be enjoyed. This recipe combines Scotland's traditional dram and a good old fashioned dessert.
Rebecca and Rosie of Honeywell Bakes say: "This cake is not just for whiskey lovers -- we don’t really like to drink whiskey, but this cake is delicious! It's moist, filled raisins and has a sweet, buttery-whisky flavour that is to die for."
End the night right with a traditional Scottish biscuit.
Jo from JoCooks.com says: " 3 ingredients my friends, only 3 ingredients and you get to have the most delectable and buttery and sweet shortbread cookie you’ll ever have in your life. And if you’re really brave, unlike me right now, dip them in some melted chocolate. Are you with me?"