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Deleted user 21925
16-12-2015, 12:12
I love Kedgeree, which originates from the Raj, but I can't be bothered to put the time in to make it that Julie does.

So, I've just tried a quick basic version with Cous Cous instead of rice.

1 cup of Cous Cous (soak for 10 minutes in veg stock)

Diced Onion, diced Green Pepper, a few slithers of Chilli, 3 or 4 whole Cardamoms - fry all of this together for a few minutes in Sesame Oil.

Add a load of Curry powder and Cumin.

Chuck in the Cous Cous and stir it all together. Lob in a handful of Prawns and stir for a minute or so, quick dash of Soy Sauce Et voila!

Though I say it myself, this was quite delicious and I will be using this recipe a lot!

(Should really also have Boiled Eggs and Smoked Haddock in it to be Kedgeree, but as I say - quick version)

horshamjack
16-12-2015, 13:13
Rob you are the grub gastro, and the drink legend:lol-053:
Will give at a go sounds delish

Deleted user 21925
16-12-2015, 13:50
Rob you are the grub gastro, and the drink legend:lol-053:
Will give at a go sounds delish

Yep, Cuppa soups and Cous Cous, move over Heston!

RoaminRog
18-12-2015, 11:21
Do you leave the Cous cous in the veg stock or drain it before it all goes in the pan Rob?

Sharon the Cat
18-12-2015, 13:27
Do you leave the Cous cous in the veg stock or drain it before it all goes in the pan Rob?

You should add the correct amount of liquid according to the instructions. At the end of the soaking time it will all have been absorbed by the couscous.

RoaminRog
18-12-2015, 20:04
You should add the correct amount of liquid according to the instructions. At the end of the soaking time it will all have been absorbed by the couscous.
Thanks Sharon, wasn't sure. I like the sound of this one, wouldn't mind giving it a try.

5andy
18-12-2015, 20:18
Hi Rob, dont give up your day job...........sh*t you have......

molly 2
19-12-2015, 10:00
I love Kedgeree, which originates from the Raj, but I can't be bothered to put the time in to make it that Julie does.

So, I've just tried a quick basic version with Cous Cous instead of rice.

1 cup of Cous Cous (soak for 10 minutes in veg stock)

Diced Onion, diced Green Pepper, a few slithers of Chilli, 3 or 4 whole Cardamoms - fry all of this together for a few minutes in Sesame Oil.

Add a load of Curry powder and Cumin.

Chuck in the Cous Cous and stir it all together. Lob in a handful of Prawns and stir for a minute or so, quick dash of Soy Sauce Et voila!

Though I say it myself, this was quite delicious and I will be using this recipe a lot!

(Should really also have Boiled Eggs and Smoked Haddock in it to be Kedgeree, but as I say - quick version). Sounds good Rob. Any recommendations for a after dinner drink
:boat::beer:

Deleted user 21925
19-12-2015, 10:42
. Sounds good Rob. Any recommendations for a after dinner drink
:boat::beer:

Doombar, Baz, Doombar.


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