Smoked Salmon Kedgeree

Smoked salmon kedgeree

Smoked salmon kedgeree

Kedgeree is one of those dishes you can eat for breakfast lunch or dinner and this smoked salmon kedgeree is delicious. It’s a simplified version of wonderful Indian curries and for years was a favourite breakfast dish of the British around the world. The sweetness of the caramelised onion is delicious with curry spices and the salty the Safcol smoked salmon.

Smoked Salmon Kedgeree

It is widely believed that the dish was brought to the United Kingdom by returning British colonials who had enjoyed it in India and introduced it to the UK as a breakfast dish in Victorian times, part of the then fashionable Anglo-Indian cuisine.

Kedgeree is thought to have originated with the Indian rice-and-bean or rice-and-lentil dish khichri, traced back to 1340 or earlier. It is widely believed that the dish was brought to the United Kingdom by returning British colonials who had enjoyed it in India and introduced it to the UK as a breakfast dish in Victorian times, part of the then fashionable Anglo-Indian cuisine

The dish was listed as early as 1790 in the recipe book of Stephana Malcolm of Burnfoot, Dumfriesshire. The National Trust for Scotland’s book The Scottish Kitchen by Christopher Trotter notes the Malcolm recipe and other old examples, expressing the belief that the dish was devised by Scottish regiments hankering for the tastes of India. – source: wiki

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