Recipe Shed: Kids’ Jubilee chicken in crisp lettuce wraps

This is a Jub-ilicious (thanks  to @mustntgrumble for the painful pub!) recipe is a twist on Coronation chicken and my kids love it. 

It takes about five minutes to make, and you can use leftover chicken from the Sunday roast. You can any kind of crispy lettuce – iceberg, baby gem, cos – for the wraps. And if you have any left over (you won’t), the chicken mix makes great sandwich filling.

Serves 2-4

Leftover chicken, shredded, or chicken from 2-3 roasted legs, or shop-bought cold roast chicken
Lettuces leaves, whole
2 tbsp low-fat creme fraiche
1 tbsp mayonnaise
1 tbsp korma curry paste
1 tbsp mango chutney
1/2 tsp black pepper

1. Lay the lettuce leaves out so they make a bowl.

2. Mix the chicken with the rest of the ingredients.

3. Divide the chicken mixture between the lettuce wraps.

4. Enclose and serve.

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3 Responses to Recipe Shed: Kids’ Jubilee chicken in crisp lettuce wraps

  1. Anton1a

    My tummy is rumbling! I really love the idea of making lettuce wraps, and they are perfect for a street party celebration. I know that my daughter (who loves curry flavours) will adore this. Nice work with the Jubilee Chicken, Her Majesty would be proud :)
    My contribution to this party is… Jelly and ice cream!

  2. I love these, definitely going to try them! I made some jubilee mess nests earlier! Wonder what else we can come up with?!

  3. Just added my Jubilee Giant Cupcake post :-)