Coronation Chicken | Curried Chicken Salad





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Published on Apr 9, 2018

Coronation Chicken has a bit of a history. In 1953, florist Constance Spry and cordon bleu chef Rosemary Hume created this curried chicken salad for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The idea was that coronation chicken could be prepared in advance and eaten while watching television - coronation chicken was basically the world's first TV dinner. It became hugely popular in the 1970s and is now a retro British classic dish.

I cooked the chicken using my sous vide immersion circulator, but you could just as well poach the chicken in some chicken stock, or use leftover cooked chicken.

The written recipe is here: http://keefcooks.com/coronation-chick...


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