Classic chicken sauce
A twentieth-century classic. Creamy, fruity and spicy all at once! Made with apricots, sultanas and curry spice for the delicious classic chicken sauce.
Make a dip to remember when you mix Stokes Coronation Sauce evenly with crème fraiche for a delicious fruity curry dip.
Mayonnaise with Curry Spices, Apricots and Sultanas.
- Dairy Free
- Gluten Free
Rapeseed Oil (49%), Apricots (17%), Unrefined Raw Cane Sugar, Free Range Pasteurised Whole Egg (7%), Water, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Sultanas (3%), Curry Powder (2%) (Coriander, Mustard, Turmeric, Fenugreek, Paprika, Salt, Ginger, Cumin, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Clove, Green Cardamom, Turmeric Extract, Black Pepper, Natural Flavourings), Malt Vinegar (from Barley), Herbs, Sea Salt, Acid: Acetic Acid, Ginger Purée, Garlic Purée, Preservative: Sorbic Acid, Mustard Flour, Spice.
Nutrition Average Values per 100g
ENERGY (KCAL) 568
ENERGY (KJ) 2349
FAT (g) 53.0
SATURATED FAT (g) 3.8
AVAILABLE CARBOHYDRATE (g) 21.0
SUGAR (g) 19.0
PROTEIN (g) 1.7
SALT (g) 0.5
Store in a cool place, away from direct sunlight. Once opened refrigerate and consume within 6 weeks and by best before end date.
Just about to order this, one of our favourite sauces, but looking at the latest reviews I think I might be disappointed too. Just have to make my own until you go back to the old recipe.
Absolutely in agreement with Sarah G.
It really doesn’t taste the same! I smothered everything in the old product. This new version is ok but nowhere near as good as the old one. Please bring it back!
Absolutely loved the previous recipe ( in larger jars) this tastes significantly different. Ok but not a patch on the old product. I am sure the previous recipe was creamier with a lot less oil content. HELP Stokes, any chance of bringing back the 5 star original!!??
I used to fiddle with mixing mayo, smooth apricot jam and curry powder myself. This is easier, foolproof, and less to have to keep in stock for the making as well as not having to judge quantities (and occasionally wasting). Excellent with prawns and green side salad. However, why the change? Not a change for the better! Like 'new improved' claims on some standard products one buys, it isn't. Possibly the larger jar produced a better blend of flavours?
Like other people, I am disappointed that you appear to have changed the recipe for your Coronation sauce. The old larger sized jars definitely tasted different. Whereas the size of the jar doesn’t matter, the flavour does, and it’s for this reason that I won’t be buying a much loved old favourite again. Unless of course you go back to the original recipe.