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smoked haddock, bay leaves, milk, eggs, coriander, oil, onion, curry powder, rice, turmeric
45 mins

Traditionally a breakfast/brunch, kedgeree is a real winter warmer and great if like me you love fish. It looks like a bit of a faffy recipe but it is relatively easy and doesn’t take that long.
Loosely used a recipe from BBC Food

Start with the rice, heat a splash of oil in a large lidded frying pan, add a sliced onion and fry until soft. Add 1 tsp of coriander, 1 tsp of turmeric, pinch of salt and 2 tsp of curry powder to the onion and continue to fry. Add roughly 350gm of easy cook rice to the onion and 1/2L of water and bring to the boil. Let the rice simmer for 10 minutes and add more water if necessary. Bring the rice off the heat and leave to stand for 15 minutes. Put the haddock and bay leaves in a frying pan and cover with milk to poach for about 10 minutes on a medium heat. Drain the milk and peel away the skin and flake the fish. Meanwhile put 4 eggs onto boil for 10 minutes, the peel and cut the hard boiled eggs into quarters. Mix everything together and serve with some fresh coriander.



The hopeful 'Zoella' of cooking... I'm 22 and currently a final year geography student at the University of Manchester, with a passion for all things food. Hope you enjoying reading my blog and would love it if you get involved! Josephine x

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