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Fish Kedgeree

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Is kedgeree the breakfast of kings or is eating fish before lunchtime a bit too 19th century.

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About Recipe

How to make Fish Kedgeree

(18 ratings)
13 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
Fish Kedgeree
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Fishes & sea-foods
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 04, 2019


Ingredients used in Fish Kedgeree
• Coriander chopped - 1 tablespoon.
• Fish (bone less) - 150 grams.
• Salt - to taste.
• Moong dal - 1 tablespoon.
• Curry powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Green peas - 1/4 cup.
• Bay leaves - 3 numbers.
• Butter - 1 tablespoon.
• Cumin seeds - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Chicken stock - 2 cup.
• Basmathi rice - 1 cup.
• Spring onions chopped - 1 tablespoon.
• Boiled eggs - 2 numbers.
Method:
  • Moong dal and basmati rice soak separately for 30 minutes.
  • Heat a pan add cumin seeds, bay leaves, butter, green peas, curry powder, moong daal, basmati rice, salt, mix this and add chicken stock, put the lid on and let it cook till the rice is done.
  • In this add any type of fish (bone less) put the lid on and let it cook for few minutes in a slow flame, then sprinkle chopped coriander, spring onions, mix this well, put the lid on for 3 minutes.

Serve this with boiled eggs.






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Seafood is any type of sea life considered to be foodstuff by humans. Seafood prominently involves fish and shellfish. seafood items represent one of the most important foods in almost all sorts of communities all over the world. Seafood can determine into any and every meal. Two more causes of this flourishing popularity are flexibility and healthfulness.

 

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Seafood is also very popular in the coastal regions of Kerala and eaten almost every day. It is a vital part of Kerala cuisine. Most delicious seafood of Kerala is: Fish Curry, Shrimp Coconut Curry, Malabar Biryani, etc.

 

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Paree PREITY Posted on Thu Jul 04 2013

So enovative. CHING to u Chefji. Keep it up.

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Radiohouse Posted on Thu Jul 04 2013

WOW you are amazing!!

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hakeem0996 Posted on Thu Jul 04 2013

Basmati rice

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ThatsSoRavin Posted on Thu Jul 04 2013

LOL "Having fish for breakfast is not an Indian thing to do." Unless you're Bengali... we'll have fish for breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner, snacks if we can help it.

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Thu Jul 04 2013

"Wow this is something, Haaaaaaaa what a flavor.

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Tamara Nair Posted on Thu Jul 04 2013

I have to do this!

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Anwar Sadat Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

Gg

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Urvasi163 Posted on Fri Jul 05 2013

I have been living in UK for a long time and wasn't aware of this recipe! Thanks for sharing this recipe, I will definitely try it.

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warmonger058 Posted on Mon Jul 08 2013

hi maria...greetings from india....i think the word ur looking for is "moong dal" not "mum dal" ....moong dal is split green sprout lentils..moonng means sprouts and daal means lentils....hope u find ur ingredients....happy cookin

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MoreChannelNoise Posted on Sun Aug 25 2013

having fish for breakfast is not an English thing to do anymore - I think it started to die out in the 60s - maybe a few people still do it but not me - great for the midday meal or evening though.

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sherry phillips Posted on Wed Mar 05 2014

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Naina Bhedwar Posted on Wed Mar 18 2015

Chef - full marks for demonstrating this recipe but I think the word you are looking for is KE-JUH-REE not KEDDY-GREE :)?

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