KEDGEREE - ONE POT MEAL
KEDGEREE - a One Pot Meal
Originating in Scotland and Colonial India, the dish consisted of curried rice, smoked fish (haddock), boiled eggs, parsley and lemon juice. My Aussie version has a lot more added to the basics, and I've never used smoked fish.
My Mum gave me this old family favourite recipe, and while she used tin fish, it is absolutely wonderful with lots of fresh, cooked fish. It’s a must when we have an over abundance of steaky fish such as Spanish Mackeral.
But a good old can of tuna will also make a delicious, quick and simple one dish meal. It's a staple that I make most camping trips. Make it as hot as you like with the curry, or just add a little if feeding the kids.
Kedgeree - One Pot Meal
And, don't overcook your rice. It should still be 'al dente', slightly firm, and cool it under cold water as soon as its cooked to stop it cooking any further. Drain well, and spread out in a large tray. Refrigerate overnight if possible to help dry the rice out.
Serves 4 to 6 (or more depending on your ratio of rice to other ingredients)
Add the curry powder and mix well through the vegetables. Stir over heat for a few minutes.
Viv’s hint: any leftovers are wonderful cold for lunch with dry biscuits or on a sandwich.
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