Karen Wright: Coronation rooster curry recipe excellent for the jubilee weekend!

Karen Wright writes: I’ve been engaged on jubilee- themed recipes for just a few weeks as I’m booked to provide just a few demos over the weekend and naturally they must be suitably royal.

The primary two days I can be at Belvoir Fortress the venue for the Caravan and Motorhome Membership Clubfest. This can be a huge occasion and the primary time I’ve attended. The second venue is equally grand – Blenheim Palace.

The recipe I’m sharing this week would be the first I do. I can be cooking it on my gasoline barbecue however after all it may be ready on a daily hob at house. I name this merely – coronation curry.

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Coronation rooster curry

Most of us are acquainted with coronation rooster, the frivolously spiced sandwich filling with a touch of curry. The dish was invented for the Queen’s coronation and featured on the menu means again 70 years in the past.

I took the theme however made it right into a curry. Nonetheless very delicate and creamy however with just a few added tweaks.

I threaded some rooster breast and contemporary mango on to skewers and gave them a brush with a mix of honey and olive oil.

Then I par-cooked them on the barbecue to provide them a barely charred look and style. This isn’t important, simply sear it off in a frying pan if you’re indoors.

Rooster and mango

Then in a frying pan I softened a diced onion and some mushrooms in garlic oil and added a pinch of salt, a squeeze of garlic, and chilli and ginger purees. I additionally used a korma spice combine and added that to the pan with a splash of water to loosen.

Subsequent I added a tablespoon of crunchy peanut butter and a tin of coconut milk. I bubbled this up and allowed it to cut back in quantity earlier than including the rooster and mango.

I cooked this till the rooster was executed after which completed it off with a swirl of cream, a squeeze of lime, a handful of dry roasted peanuts and a scattering of coriander and served with a tomato and mango salsa and naan bread.

When Princess Elizabeth heard that her father the King had died and she or he was now Queen, she was in Kenya. Kenya produces plenty of peanuts so I believed including the peanuts and peanut butter can be a slight nod to that!

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