Whether you’re celebrating the King’s coronation with a spectacular street party or planning a small family gathering, make this weekend a royal affair. Dig out your best crockery, hang up your bunting, and wine and dine like royalty this weekend with these delicious recipes.
From mouthwatering nibbles to desirable desserts, enjoy a feast fit for a King.
This dish really is the crowning glory! Ken Hom’s flavourful Coronation Roast Rack of Lamb fuses Asian and British cuisine to make a truly dignified, delicious, dish. Marinated in a range of different spices, this is truly a tasteful dish.
We recommend serving this succulent lamb with roast potatoes and a green salad.
What’s a special gathering without the trusted Vol au Vent? These golden-baked puff pastry bites by Ching He Huang are filled with delicious sesame duck for an intense umami flavour. These puff pastries are packed with a punch and are the perfect nibbles to bestow on your guests.
Grace your party with these sticky pan-fried chicken wings! Elegantly spiced these scrumptious pan-fried chicken wings are super quick and easy to prep and cook. They are also perfect for sharing - unfortunately.
Now this is what we’re tac-o-ing about! Well done, medium or rare however you like your steak, offer your guests the best in fusion cooking and check out these delicious steak-filled mini tacos. A distinctive dish envious of any household!
For the egg lovers! A classic British dish with an Asian twist! This scotch egg recipe is rich, savoury and sweet with our signature sauces. Whether you love them or hate them, scotch eggs are a distinguished party food favourite.
The ultimate finger food, the great chicken skewers. Marinated in satay sauce this marvelous dish is not only ideal for a British barbecue but is also worthy to mark a monumental, royal occasion.
As well as a cup of tea why not quench your thirst with a glass of warming, apple punch. This tasteful glass packs a prestigious punch! Suitable for vegans, it will be sure to bring warmth when the sun disappears, and you’re left in the shade.
Nothing says a Great British celebration like berries and meringue. This light, sweet n’ zesty Lemon Alaska will refresh your tastebuds after indulging in all that rich party food. This Lemon Alaska with mixed berries and mint perfectly balances sweet, bitter and savoury - an elegant dish to end an historical day.
So, whatever your plans for the King’s coronation, whether their grand or private, treat yourself to a fusion of Asian and British cuisine – you can always leave the clean-up for Monday