Kedgeree – British Rice with Smoked Fish

Kedgeree – British Rice with Smoked Fish

Kedgeree – British Rice with Smoked Fish
Kedgeree British Rice with Smoked Fish

"English breakfast is known for its enormous size and interesting, not so common to an early morning meal, dishes. One of such unusual ingredients is smoked fish. Yes, British people love it for breakfast! Actually, this choice fell out of favor lately but it's still considered a tradition. Britons either have it just as it is or mix with rice and make a dish called Kedgeree. It also contains peas and hard-boiled eggs. Kedgeree traces its roots to India that's why garam masala and other common spices are used here. I'm telling you, guys, when all the spices blend with other ingredients, it's a true flavor bomb!"

Serves6 People

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time35 min

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I have to admit, when I first saw this recipe and the combination of flavors like smoked fish, hard boiled eggs, and indian spices, it looked very strange to me. But then it occurred to me that it looks like the ultimate hangover cure! If I have a beer or two, I always get the munchies and crave protein packed snacks like smoked salmon or hard boiled eggs. This has it all in it! The next time my husband fires up our smoker after our next fishing trip I am absolutely going to give this dish a try.

I had forgotten about kedgeree. I know it well but have never made it myself. I had forgotten all about it from my childhood. I was so excited to see this recipe on this site. I am definitely making this as soon as I can and I suspect I'm going to love every minute of it.


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