Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Sluttishly Vegetarian: Kedgeree

We've already brought you hangover kedgeree, and now here's the vegetarian version - suitable for the morning after a big night out, or simply as an easy dinner. Traditional kedgeree uses smoked fish, but this one uses vegetarian black pudding - worth tracking down online for an intensely rich, moreish taste. If not, use smoked tofu to get a similar hit. The smoky taste and curry spices give it a fantastic kick, whether you're starting your day with it or easing into the evening.

Vegetarian kedgeree (serves 2)
You will need:
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 200g risotto rice (like Arborio rice)
  • 1 tsp curry powder
  • 1 tsp garam masala
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric
  • 3 tomatoes, chopped
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree
  • 800ml vegetable stock
  • 150g vegetarian black pudding, cut into rounds and fried
  • 2 boiled eggs, chopped
  • Small handful of parsley or coriander, chopped
Make it!
  1. Heat a little oil in a large saucepan and gently fry the onion until soft. 
  2. Add the rice and spices, and stir for a minute until the spices release their aroma. Throw in the tomatoes and puree.
  3. Add a ladleful of stock and stir well until absorbed. Gradually add the rest of the stock, one ladleful at a time, until it's all absorbed and the rice is cooked.
  4. Add the vegetarian black pudding, boiled eggs and parsley and gently stir through to warm. Spoon into bowls and serve.

6 comments:

  1. I'm so sad that this isn't called vedgeree.

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    1. Vedgeree? Or vegeree? They're both quite pleasing.

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    2. It shan't be called anything else now. This is how food of the future is created, Sara.

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    3. I once used quinoa instead of rice to make kedgeree, I called quedgeree. It didn't catch on.

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  2. Vegetarian black pudding, yuk - the words 'black pudding' make me start to heave. And I hate tofu. Any other suggestions for a veggie ingredient for this? Mushrooms don't seem quite right. Cheese would be wrong. Lentils would make it like dahl.

    And any ideas for a veggie mulligatawny?

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    1. Lentils (or mung beans) would make it into khichri, the Indian dish that inspired kedgeree, so you can't go too far wrong there. Otherwise, Sara has a great list of meat substitutes you can check out - http://www.domesticsluttery.com/2013/04/vegetarian-meat-substitutes.html

      As for mulligatawny, the Hairy Bikers' recipe is a good one, and it's veggie. http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/mulligatawny_soup_68949

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