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Mary Berry Coronation Chicken Recipe

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Commemorate Queen Elizabeth’s historic Platinum Jubilee with this colorful chicken salad fit for a royal picnic or street party. A remix on classic Coronation Chicken, this quick recipe is a crowning twist on the original dish created for Queen Elizabeth II’s 1953 coronation festivities. Overview Legendary British cookbook author Mary Berry has several variations on creamy Coronation Chicken featuring curry, mayonnaise and apricot. This updated rendition streamlines Mary’s recipe for Jubilee celebrations. Canned chicken speeds up prep while Greek yogurt and spices add flavor. Vibrant additions like corn, grapes and pistachios give this chicken salad contemporary flair with crunch. Whip up this fast royal-inspired dish to enjoy at Jubilee gatherings all summer long. History of Coronation Chicken Coronation Chicken is a creamy, curry-spiced chicken salad that has become an iconic British dish closely tied to the country’s royal heritage. While early versions of curried chicken salads existed prior, Coronation Chicken was invented for a specific historic event that cemented its cultural importance. Beyond its regal origins, this dish represents broader themes of British identity and the country’s relationship with Indian cuisine. The creation of Coronation Chicken directly traces back to Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953. Leading up to the […]

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