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Appears in
The Official Downton Abbey Cookbook

By Annie Gray

Published 2019

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No breakfast at Downton would be complete without a dish of kedgeree, kept warm on a burner on the sideboard. The name and the concept come from an Indian recipe called khichri, a mixture of dal and rice that was quickly adopted and altered to suit the British palate. Modern versions often use smoked fish, and the dish is especially associated with finnan haddie, a lightly smoked fish from Scotland that was popularized in Britain once the Victorian railway boom made it possible to tr