Kedgeree recipes

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Kedgeree

Back in those days, before we were pig farmers, kedgeree would often have been on the menu. Kedgeree seemingly was very popular in the days of the Raj with the British living in India
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Kedgeree

Kedgeree – an Anglo-Indian breakfast. Nowadays usually made with smoked fish, Kedgeree is rarely eaten at breakfast in homes anymore but I sometimes see it on hotel breakfast menus and was served a pleasing plate of it recently on the early morning train
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Kipper Kedgeree & Guardian OFM Award

If this hypothesis has any bearing, you’re also staring blankly at the mention of kedgeree. They’re are another one of those increasingly obsolete “classic” British breakfast items, so I figured it would pair quite well with kedgeree on multiple levels
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Kedgeree

Kedgeree is a dish that dates from the era of the British Raj. There are as many recipes for Kedgeree as there are for beef stew - none is "correct" or "authentic" because it is an evolved dish, not a classic one,so find out what suits you and enjoy it
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Kedgeree

Let me present to you the humble Kedgeree. The Kedgeree is a traditional British dish from colonial India but it works great at anytime of the day (or night) and can also be used as a base for using up leftover meats and fish the next day
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Kedgeree

Cut haddock into small pieces. Place in steamer over boiling water. Cook until tender. When cool remove skin and flake
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Kedgeree

Boil the kedgeree to drive off any excess moisture. 2. Put the cooked rice into the saucepan and stir until coated in the oil
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