If you love curry and a little bit of mango chutney, you are going to love this coronation chicken salad. So delicious and hard to stop eating!
Highly popular and found in almost all grocery stores, this historical recipe has now been veganized.
The historical dish
Coronation chicken or “Poulet Reine Elizabeth” was created in 1953 when renowned florist Constance Spry and cordon bleu chef Rosemary Hume catered for a banquet to celebrate the coronation of Elizabeth II.
It became widely popular across Britain as it was published widely so it could be enjoyed at street parties.
Perfect as a lunch or to bring to a potluck
Whether your making a delicious lunch or hoping to impress with your culinary skills at a potluck this Vegan Coronation Chick*n salad will not let you down. It’s creamy, spicy and a little bit tangy from the combination of mango chutney and greek yogurt.
Vegan Coronation Chick*n salad
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Looking for more lunch ideas? Why not try my vegan & glutenfree falafels?