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Coronation Chicken Wings

Get ready to experience the perfect balance of spicy and sweet with these delicious coronation chicken wings, cooked to perfection on the BBQ and topped with a variety of flavourful toppings.

 Aston Prideaux   Spring 2023 Join us on        @thebbqmag

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As we celebrate the King's coronation, what better way to honour the occasion than with a delicious and flavourful recipe by Aston Prideaux, also known as @smokin_maple_meats on Instagram. These coronation chicken wings are a twist on the classic British dish, with a curry powder mix, mango chutney, and a variety of toppings including fresh coriander, sultanas, flaked almonds, and black onion seeds. The wings are cooked to perfection on the BBQ using the vortex method, resulting in a juicy and flavourful dish that is perfect for any summer gathering or celebration. Get ready to indulge in the perfect combination of spicy and sweet flavours with this delicious recipe.




Coronation Chicken Wings

1kg chicken wings, split into drums and flats

75ml mayonnaise

75ml double cream

Mango chutney

Fresh coriander


Flaked almonds

Black onion seeds

Curry powder mix

1 tbsp turmeric

1 tbsp ground cumin

1 tbsp ground coriander

1 tsp black pepper

1 tsp ground ginger

½ tsp fenugreek

½ tsp kashmiri chilli powder

½ tsp mustard powder

½ tsp ground cardamom




1. Mix all the spices together to create the curry powder mix, mix the mayonnaise 

and the double cream together then add 2 tbsp of the curry mix to make the curry mayo drizzle.

2. Dry off the chicken wings, drizzle with oil and coat with the rest of the curry powder mix.

3. Cook on a BBQ until the wings hit 75°C 

(I used the vortex method this time with the heat in the middle and wings around the outside), then glaze with the mango chutney and cook for another 5 minutes.

4. To finish, drizzle with curry mayo sprinkle with fresh coriander, flaked almonds, sultanas and black onion seeds.


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