This slimming-friendly Kedgeree is a delicious smoked haddock recipe – great if you’re counting calories or following Weight Watchers.

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We went shopping in Morrisons tonight and picked up a load of yellow label bargains! As part of our mega haul we picked up some Smoked Haddock for just £1.99 for 4 fillets. Such a bargain!Kedgeree | Slimming & Weight Watchers Friendly

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411kcal 8

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  1. In a pan poach the smoked haddock in 400ml of water with a bay leaf (you could use milk if you like, but don't forget to syn it accordingly!)
  2. Mist a large frying pan with Low calorie cooking spray and sweat an onion until it begins to colour
  3. Add the curry powder and the rice to the frying pan to slick the rice
  4. Place the haddock on a plate and flake. Set aside.
  5. Add the residual poaching liquor to the frying pan together with a stock cube. Cook it on a high heat for 5 minutes, then turn off, cover & leave for 10 minutes
  6. Stir through the peas and cover for another minute, then add the flaked haddock
  7. Place the boiled eggs & chopped chives on top. Finish with a squeeze of lemon juice.

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  1. How long would it last in the fridge please?
    Do you think you could freeze this , then defrost and heat or eat at a later date?

  2. This was delicious – will definitely make again. However I had to add more liquid and put it back on the heat to cook the rice fully, when I left it covered for 10 mins it didn’t fully cook. Any ideas as to why? Should there be liquid left after the 5 mins on full heat?

    Either way it was a triumph! 🙂

  3. 1st time I’ve made it today and looks and tastes lovely, rice needs a little longer and a little extra water

  4. My husband is not a fish lover….tinned tuna and cod is his limit. After watching Mary Berry make her kedgeree he decided It might not be too bad so would try it. After looking at her recipe, using double cream, I decided search for healthier. Have just followed your recipe but put a Berry twist on it by making a creamy sauce with lemon juice and fat free quark. He loved it and I now have another fish recipe that suits both of us…thank you x

  5. Only recently discovered Pinch of Nom. This is the first recipe I’ve tried out and it was delicious! Forgot to take a photo for Instagram 🤦🏼‍♀️ Thank you, such a fab website.

  6. Really easy and tasty! I used organic brown rice and it took ages to cook with lot of water. Delicious and nutty with fish. Put kid on pan as took ages. Will definitely do again.!

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