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‘Coronation Quiche’ needs two key changes according to Bake Off winner

King Charles and Camilla shared the Coronation Savory Quiche Pie recipe, which includes spinach, fava beans and tarragon, on the Royal Family’s official Twitter account.

David Atherton said he was a fan of the savory snack but admitted there were key things bakers need to do right(Channel 4)

A Great British Bake Off winner has revealed the two ingredients he will ‘definitely’ add to the king’s ‘coronation quiche’.

It comes after King Charles and Camilla shared the recipe for the open savory tart – which includes spinach, fava beans and tarragon – on the royal family’s official Twitter account.



The recipe is from Royal Chef Mark Flanagan and was chosen by Charles and Camilla in conjunction with him.

While some love it and some hate it, 2019 Bake Off winner David Atherton thinks the quiche “has a bad rap” – admitting that a good one has to meet some key criteria.

David, co-host of the Sticky Bun Boys podcast, said: “As with most things, it’s all in the baking. If you can get a flimsy, crispy shell of dough, a creamy filling with a bit of wobbling, a rich cheesy flavor and accented with herbs, you’re onto a winner, and a dish that can stand as the centerpiece of any celebration.

Charles and Camilla shared the recipe for the open savory pie, which includes spinach, fava beans and tarragon(PENNSYLVANIA)

“If, however, you end up with a solid scrambled egg with a soggy bottom, it will still be a flop.”

However, of the King’s Party Quiche filling, David, who now writes cookbooks for young bakers, said he would “definitely” look to liven it up a bit.

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