Oh gosh, sometimes I really fancy something a little different but familiar, before going vegan Coronation Chicken was a go-to sandwich, jacket potato filling or with a rice salad and since then I have only had a Coronation chickpeas sandwich from Pret to satisfy my needs and that was pretty disappointing. I like a bit of spice! So over Easter, I followed a recipe online which was nice but still not quite what I was looking for, so I have made my own version and it is really good and simple to make, bonus!
This is best made an hour or so before you want to eat it so the flavours blend and the dried fruit plumps up.
1 tin of chickpeas, rinsed, drained and patted dry
3 tbsp Alpro plain yoghurt
2 tsp of curry powder, I used a mild/medium Dansak mix
1/2 cup Sultanas
3 Dried Apricots chopped
1 tbsp chopped coriander
2 tbsp Mango chutney, Pataks or Gitas are the most flavoursome
Salt and pepper
Mix together in a bowl and leave 🙂
Come back later and enjoy, you could make this on a Sunday for your packed lunch, it would last a couple of days in the fridge if you can resist it 😉