Keep it classic or try a new twist with our easy kedgeree recipes, perfect for breakfast, brunch or dinner.
Cut down on time, cost and waste with this 'cheat' version of a classic dish that's brilliant for breakfast, lunch or dinner
Whether for brunch, lunch or a comforting dinner, this classic kedgeree is a versatile recipe worth mastering. Grab a fork and dig into the spicy curried rice, tender flaked haddock and golden soft-boiled eggs.
Swap out the fish for juicy chicken in this hearty Indian classic kedgeree brunch
This twist on kedgeree swaps the usual rice for cauliflower couscous and red and white quinoa. These are combined with the traditional smoked haddock and boiled eggs for a lighter brunch dish that is just as delicious as the original.
A summery take on a classic omelette, this tasty frittata is packed with smoked haddock, onion and peas and served with the season’s finest Jersey royals.
A quick recipe for mid-week dinner, Nathan Outlaw’s Kedgeree with boiled eggs is a healthy dish for kids and adults alike.
A hearty, filling breakfast made with nutritious white fish, long grain rice and gorgeous spices - the dairy has been swapped out so it's even better for you.
Upgrade your Saturday morning bacon and eggs with this quick and easy recipe. This dish calls for microwave long grain rice, cutting out a lot of preop time. Cayenne pepper adds a lovely kick. Scatter fresh parsley over before serving.
Kedgeree mixes rice, flaked fish, and hard-boiled eggs with curry powder – and this traditional Anglo-Indian fish recipe has been given an update with the addition of red peppers and mushrooms. Here, juicy prawns are added, too.
You'll only need 150g of leftover cooked fish to make this comforting kedgeree for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The dish originated in India and is made with fried rice, flakes of cooked fish and chunks of hardboiled egg.