A dish consisting of flaked fish, boiled rice, and eggs.(noun)
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Use "kedgeree" in a sentence
"However there have been a lot of warm and genuinely friendly people too, such as my neighbours Madam Aida, Dada and Mustafa who took me in on the first day and fed me a barbecued fish, some incredibly sweet tea and a strange mixture of noodles, rice and lentils that sounds like 'kedgeree'."
"Rice is nice – think paella, or kedgeree – but this is one of those rare and beautiful unions where both parties shine brighter in each other's company: from poached salmon and Jersey royals to Jansson's temptation and cullen skink, the combination just works."
"He's been disobeying the cook and feeding that stray cat that's been hanging around leftover kedgeree from breakfast, and he doesn't want anyone to find out."