To celebrate the recent royal wedding I have created a vegetarian version of coronation chicken – a dish that was originally created for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. In addition to being veggie-friendly, this version is also low in fat, since it’s made with low-fat yoghurt instead of cream or mayonnaise. I have never tried coronation chicken before, but I have been told by a non-veggie that this tastes similar to the real thing!
Many people think that it is difficult to obtain sufficient protein whilst following a vegetarian diet. However, this is simply not true, as there are plenty of excellent protein sources for vegetarians, and in actual fact most meat-eaters consume much more protein than their bodies require.
This is very easy to prepare and is one of my husband’s favourite meals. He says that he would happily eat this everyday! For 2 people you will need: 1 packed of Ainsley Harriott Spice Sensation Cous Cous or 100… Read More ›