Kedgeree may be considered a traditional British breakfast dish but its roots are well bedded in Indian cooking having started its life as khichari, a humble dish of rice and lentils. Thanks to the British Raj and the colonization of the sub-continent the dish was taken, adapted and turned into something more familiar to those serving in India, and it returned to these shores with them.
The Kedgeree Recipe may seem a little fiddly, but trust me it is very easy to put together. A bowl brimming full of Kedgeree is far too good to eat just for breakfast, I love it for lunch and have even been known to eat it for dinner.
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