For the late Queen Elizabeth’s coronation, coronation chicken was chosen as the dish for the grand event. For King Charles, he has chosen a quiche.
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The news was announced on the Royal Family’s Instagram account. The quiche shall be known as ‘Coronation Quiche.’ The dish is quite simple, with a mix of spinach, broad beans, cheese and tarragon.
The King and Queen Consort personally chose the recipe and are encouraging the public to prepare for the street parties on May 6 for King Charles and Queen Camilla’s coronation. However, it would seem that not everyone is feeling the joyous occasion and have various complaints, similar to when King Charles' coronation invite.
A quiche is not a good choice for a coronation dish
When the announcement was made, many flooded the comments both on Twitter and Instagram to share their dismay. It seems that for some, a quiche is a poor choice for a coronation dish and rather ‘embarrassing.’
#Coronation quiche? Is Charles serious? No sane person chooses to eat quiche
The ‘coronation quiche’ looks absolutely grim, so I suppose it’s a fitting choice.
Others have pointed out that the King has chosen an egg-based dish when there is currently an egg shortage in both the UK and the US. As some have pointed out, it appears that the Royal Family is showing a lack of understanding of the public's current situation.
Coronation quiche when there’s an egg shortage lmaoooo
They’re so tone deaf it’s comical.
A quiche is a hit for some despite it being unsual
Despite the comments condemning the King and Queen Consort’s choice, which some have deemed old-fashioned, many are still pleased with the dish of choice. Some have expressed their excitement to make the dish on coronation day.
That coronation quiche looks lush to be fair
We will be making the Coronation Quiche, because the recipe sounds as though it tastes nice.
New York Post: ‘King Charles’ ‘coronation quiche’ ripped by royals fans: ‘Absolutely grim’