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01/23/2010

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Oh, I haven't had kedgeree in years! My (English) aunt used to serve it sometimes for breakfast, but the last time I stayed with her must have been 1996. Thanks for sharing the recipe Paul, I'll have to give this a go (adding it to long list of your other recipes I'd like to cook!!)

This looks good - although I don't like peas in mine. I made Jamie Oliver's version a while ago, which has much more spice in it, and it made a really delicious change too.

Thanks Sig and FC for your comments, always good to get feedback, FC - a more spicy version sounds v good!

Wanted to say thank you so much for this kedgeree recipe. My father had this dish in England and this is the only one he says was like the one he had while there. I make it for him every few weeks....because he keeps asking for it! Absolutely 5 star. And so easy! Thanks Paul.

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