Coronation chicken is a cold meal made with cooked chicken (either shredded or chopped) and a curry-flavoured mayonnaise sauce, along with mango chutney, sultanas, and apricots for sweetness. It might sound like a strange pairing, but it actually works.
Specifically for the feast celebrating coronation, the British delicacy “coronation chicken” was invented. Curry and mango, two “exotic” Indian flavours, were blended with cold-roasted chicken in the recipe.
Since then, the coronation chicken has gained enormous popularity and has evolved into a popular meal in the UK that is available in a variety of delectable forms.
The traditional dish consists of cooked, shredded chicken that has been tossed in a creamy curry sauce. The coronation sauce is produced by combining mayonnaise, creme fraiche, and a thick, syrupy mixture of sautéed butter, chilies, onions, curry powder, tomato puree, chicken stock, and apricot jam.
The dish is then garnished with chopped mango, fresh coriander, and almonds before being placed on a bed of lettuce.
The coronation chicken dish comprises chicken, dairy in the form of butter and creme fraiche, and eggs in the form of mayonnaise, despite its name, which implies that it is not vegan.
The result is Vegan Coronation Chicken, a plant-based, dairy-free, and egg-free variation of this well-known dish that is ideal for everyone to enjoy without concern.
The sauce is equally as creamy and delicious in this vegan version even though there is no mayonnaise (or chicken).
The Global Vegan Coronation Chicken market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
At PBWE London, Ingredion will feature vegan Coronation Chicken.
At the Plant Based World Expo, Ingredion, a major player in the ingredients industry, will exhibit its most recent plant-based prototypes alongside KaTech Ingredient Solutions, which it bought last year.
The VITESSENCE® Pulse range of proteins from Ingredion was used to create the prototypes, which will be available for attendees to sample on-stand.
The hero product is a plant-based coronation chicken filler with plant-based mayonnaise, with a base of pea protein and fava beans, also known as fava or broad beans, an ingredient that has been popular in plant proteins in recent years.
The chicken substitute, according to Ingredion, is a clean-label product created using new technology that doesn’t contain methylcellulose or any other gums.
The company claims that because this method does not use high moisture or pressure extrusion, it gives producers using conventional production processes opportunities.
A plant-based dessert and a variety of bakery items, such as lemon tray bakes and cupcakes, will also be demonstrated as prototypes.
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