A little known fact about me is that I have a weakness for coronation chicken, I love it, be it on a sandwich, in a jacket potato or simply just on it's own. I haven't had it recently so thought I would buy some, that was until I saw the nutritional values and endless list of ingredients on the tub. So, I did the only logical thing I could think of, got a few supplies and set about making my own recipe for it.
I will be honest, the first few attempts at getting the sauce right ended up going in the bin, but I got there eventually and here's the recipe for you all.
Cook the chicken thighs on a griddle pan by flattening them and cooking on a high heat for 5 minutes on each side. Once cooked set aside to cool.
Add the coconut milk, apricots and spices to a food processor and blitz for around 90 seconds, until you have a smooth paste.
Dice the cooled chicken and mango into small cubes and add to a large bowl along with all of the remaining ingredients. Mix well and serve.
This is great on it's own, but can also be used for a filling with a jacket potato or in a sandwich.