So I cheated ok, it is not such a big deal.
First of all, let me introduce you to an age old dish called Kedgeree. The original kedgeree comes all the way from India since the 13th century. It normally consists of flaky white fish, rice, boiled egg, curry and sultanas with cream.
My version is a little different.
I used a beautifully cooked piece of yellowtail fish, flaked – served on curried couscous with soft boiled egg, fresh parsley and homemade tartar sauce. Get it?
Oh, and, no sultanas in my version. Actually, foods with raisins or sultanas in them should just be banned forever…
You can call it the modern or new age version. I call it mouthwatering and ideal for a healthy dinner idea.
This meal can be enjoyed hot or cold. Though I have to say, I found it best the next morning, out of the fridge for breakfast with a cup of tea. As a matter of fact, Kedgeree was actually meant as a breakfast dish all those moons ago. Either way, it still is a hearty dish the whole family would enjoy!