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cesare
09-Sep-06, 20:01
i used to get it as a kid it had fish and other things in it was deliciouse jus wondering if any one new the recipe or a web site i could get the recipe from

Piglet
09-Sep-06, 23:25
450g (1lb) Smoked Haddock Fillets
175g (6oz) Long Grain Rice
3 Eggs
50g (2oz) Butter
Fresh Parsley Cook the rice until tender.
Drain well and rinse under cold water, then spread out to dry.
Boil the eggs until hard.
Place the haddock in a large pan with enough water to cover, simmer for 10-15 minutes, until tender.
Drain, skin and flake the haddock, removing any bones.
Chop one egg and quarter the other two.
Place the butter to a large frying pan, add the rice, haddock and chopped egg .
Cook moderate heat for about 5 minutes, until hot.
Place on to a warmed serving dish and garnish with chopped parsley and quartered eggs.

dirdyweeker
09-Sep-06, 23:39
......and for a nice change , add a little curry powder. Fairly spices it up.

golach
10-Sep-06, 15:04
Ingredients
50g/2oz butter
3 spring onions, chopped
2 tsp curry powder
150g/5Żoz rice
125g/5oz smoked haddock, cut into cubes
100ml/3fl oz cream
150ml/╝ pint chicken stock
handful of fresh parsley, chopped


Method
1. Preheat a large saucepan.
2. Melt the butter in the saucepan and add the spring onion. Fry until soft.
3. Add the curry powder and the rice and stir well.
4. Add the chicken stock and bring the rice to the boil. Cook for five minutes.
5. Just before taking the rice off the boil, add the haddock, cream and parsley.
6. Serve while hot.
Cooking time less than 10 mins

cesare
11-Sep-06, 11:45
thanks for that much aprreicated ill try it on thursday for dinner

henry20
11-Sep-06, 11:49
How very strange - I've not had kedgiree in AGES and was thinking yesterday that I should look for a recipe. Glad I stumbled on this thread :) Unfortunately, its only unsmoked haddock I have in the house - just wouldn't be the same :(

changilass
12-Sep-06, 01:23
We were given some smoked salmon in a hamper, as neither hubby or myself are keen on it, I used it to make kedgeree. Nicest kedgeree ever, just a shame can't afford to do it more often.