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A dish consisting of flaked fish, boiled rice, and eggs.
[Hindi and Urdu khicṛī, rice boiled with split lentils or other pulse, from Prakrit khicca-, from Sanskrit khiccā, of unknown origin.]
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(Cookery) chiefly Brit a lightly curried dish consisting of rice, cooked flaked fish, and hard-boiled eggs
[C17: from Hindi khicarī, from Sanskrit khiccā, of obscure origin]
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1. a dish of India containing rice, lentils, and spices.
2. a dish of rice, fish, hard-boiled eggs, cream, and seasonings.
[1655–65; < Hindi khicṛī, khicaṛī]
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|Noun||1.||kedgeree - a dish of rice and hard-boiled eggs and cooked flaked fish|
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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kedgeree[ˈkɛdʒəriː] n → kedgeree m
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a dish made with rice, fish and other ingredients. kedgeree kalasta, riisistä ja munista valmistettu ateria nasi rames 케제리(쌀, 렌즈콩 등으로 만든 인도 요리) kedgeree فرنګي خواړه جوړشوي له كپ،وريجي او هګي อาหารชนิดแป้ง 印度燴飯 （印度）鸡蛋葱豆饭，欧洲烩饭的一种
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