kedgeree

[ UK /kˈɛd‍ʒɹiː/ ]
NOUN
  1. a dish of rice and hard-boiled eggs and cooked flaked fish
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How To Use kedgeree In A Sentence

  • The book aims to to initiate the French into the delights of kedgeree, welsh rarebit, sticky toffee and Christmas puddings.
  • Kedgeree makes a wonderful supper dish.
  • They both smoke well, too, as my mum's fine kedgerees have so eloquently testified down the decades.
  • My dad occasionally used to make kedgeree as a Sunday treat – and, fussy, ungrateful child that I was, I'd go through it with a fine-pronged fork and pick out all traces of fish before wolfing down the buttery, delicately spiced rice. Felicity Cloake's comfort food
  • Apart from kedgeree and rice pudding, rice doesn't feature much in the everyday Scottish diet, hence the problem we have cooking it.
  • Rice is nice – think paella, or kedgeree – but this is one of those rare and beautiful unions where both parties shine brighter in each other's company: from poached salmon and Jersey royals to Jansson's temptation and cullen skink, the combination just works. How to cook perfect fishcakes
  • This recipe is a bit like a kedgeree cake, I suppose - with high-protein smoked fish, medium-fat Parmesan cheese and eggs, plus spinach, rich in vitamins and folic acid.
  • This weekend I plan to cook kedgeree for the first time. I'll let you know how it pans out.
  • However there have been a lot of warm and genuinely friendly people too, such as my neighbours Madam Aida, Dada and Mustafa who took me in on the first day and fed me a barbecued fish, some incredibly sweet tea and a strange mixture of noodles, rice and lentils that sounds like 'kedgeree'. TravelPod.com Recent Updates
  • Carrying a plate piled high with kedgeree, the General pulled out a chair farther along the table. A RAKE'S VOW
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