Coronation Quiche: The signature dish of King Charles' crowning event

The Coronation Quiche was personally chosen by Charles and his Queen Consort Camilla. Photo: Screengrab/The Royal Family

As England gears up for the Coronation of King Charles on May 6, Brits and those who are interested in all things to do with 'The Crown' are quite excited about a special dish too. The 'Cornation Quiche. 

Quiche is a tart that has French origins and it has a crust filled with cheese, meat, seafood, vegetables, custard and more.

The coronation quiche, apparently, was personally chosen by Charles and his Queen Consort Camilla. The special quiche has spinach, broad beans, cheese and tarragon (an aromatic culinary herb) as its main ingredients. 

King Charles is known for his interest in organic farming and eating only what's in season. 

The 'Coronation Quiche' will be featured during the 'Coronation Big Lunch' that aims to "bring neighbours and communities together to celebrate the Coronation and share friendship, food and fun," according to the Royal Family's social media pages. 

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