Coronation Chicken Sandwich
Make a classic coronation chicken filling to serve with jacket potatoes or in sandwiches and salads.
Coronation chicken sandwich. Its an excellent way to use up leftover chicken after a roast. This coronation chicken recipe shows you how to make the traditional curry flavourings from scratch. Coronation chicken is a must for afternoon tea and summer garden party sandwiches. Remove from the heat and stir through the chicken and yogurt until combined.
To turn it into an easy sandwich filling yogurt lightens the usual amount of mayonnaise. Per serving 6 nutrient. Created in honour of the coronation of queen elizabeth ii in 1953 this sandwich consists of only three basic elements cooked chicken curry powder and a creamy sauce. Coronation sauce all great coronation chicken recipes start with a great coronation sauce.
In a large saute pan melt butter over medium heat. Greek yogurt a lot of coronation chicken recipes actually use 100 mayo for the base but i like to go 5050 with mayo and yogurt. Heat the vegetable oil in a frying pan over a medium high heat and fry the cumin and nigella seeds for a minute or until smelling toasty. For a tasty twist to the traditional chicken sandwich try coronation chicken its perfect for packed lunches and summer picnics.
Add chutney tomato puree water vinegar curry powder lemon juice salt pepper and bay leaf stirring to combine. Its a british classic that evokes the english summer whenever you have it. Add onion and cook stirring occasionally until onion is tender and translucent 5 to 7 minutes. Method take a handful of leftover cooked chicken shredded or poach 1 small chicken breast in water for 10 minutes then cool and.
Mayo full fat of course. Bring to a simmer. Preparation and cooking time. Our coronation chicken sandwiches are the perfect way to spice up your packed lunch.
Add the garlic and ginger and fry for a minute then stir in the curry paste and cook for another 1 2 minutes. Coronation chicken is a british dish created in 1953 to celebrate queen elizabeth iis accession.