Quiche has been declared the official dish of the coronation, but royal fans have opted for sausage finger sandwiches to celebrate the historic event.
Created in honor of King Charles III’s “sausage fingers,” the snack comes complete with tomato buttons and even a cheese signet ring.
A user on Twitter shared the masterpiece, joking that his mom spent almost an entire night working on it.
King Charles has been widely mocked for his swollen hands – which he jokingly described as his “sausage fingers” during a 2012 Australian tour.
Millions of people are preparing for his coronation on Saturday after he ascended the throne following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, 2022.
Royal fans have opted for sausage finger sandwiches to celebrate the historic coronation of King Charles III on Saturday
Created in honor of King Charles III’s ‘sausage fingers’, the snack comes complete with tomato buttons and even a cheese signet ring
The monarch has been widely mocked for his swollen hands, which he jokingly described as his “sausage fingers” during a 2012 Australian tour.
Many have prepared dishes and meals to celebrate the great event, with some very humorous and impressive results.
A user on Twitter named Wayne shared a funny photo of a meaty sausage sandwich that got 14,000 views.
“Just woke up to this absolute beauty that mom spent most of the night creating, pretty sure this is the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen,” he joked.
‘He even has a ring on one of his sausage fingers! We’re going to London today to camp there for the night, hoping to catch a glimpse.’
The dish was well received by other royal fans on social media who appreciated the funny recreation.
“Your mom is so talented, what a beautiful tribute,” one user wrote.
Another said, “Brilliant, made my morning – you won twitter.”
And a third added, “Gosh, this actually made me a little emotional. So beautiful, Charles would nod and smile when he saw it, I’m sure.’
The dish was well received by other royal fans on social media who appreciated the funny recreation
It comes after King Charles was accused of hiding his hands to avoid being mocked for his ‘sausage fingers’ in portraits released ahead of his coronation.
In the new photos, the monarch wore a simple pinstripe suit while his wife Camilla, the queen consort, posed in a cobalt blue dress.
But members of the public realized that one detail seemed to be hidden from the photographer: the king’s hands.
In one shot, he had them hidden behind his back as he stands next to Camilla, 75.
A second shot showed the 74-year-old with one hand in his pocket.
Other food-related inspirations include a pizza restaurant in Glasgow marking the big day with their King Charlie Pizza.
Villaggio Pizza shared a post on Facebook and wrote: ‘To commemorate our new monarch we made our King Charlie Pizza.
“It’s a one-off and unfortunately can’t be ordered, but we’ve got all our usual delicious food.”
Foodies are going wild with their festive dishes ahead of the King’s coronation tomorrow – with a Glasgow restaurant preparing a Charles pizza
Other bakeries were also quick to share their tributes to the king ahead of the big day, including Baked In Banbury
Baked in Banbury shared another incredible cake that was made in the shape of a corgi dog
Bakeries were quick to share their tributes to the king ahead of the big day.
Baked In Bunbury shared a photo of their incredible Charles-shaped cake on Instagram, much to the delight of their followers.
They wrote: ‘A cake fit for a king! We’ve got our flags up, the clotted cream is in the fridge and we’re ready to party on Saturday!’
The bakery also shared a photo of a cake shaped like a corgi, posting: ‘We’re getting into the coronation spirit here at Baked In Bunbury!
‘If you’re looking for a showpiece for your own big party, contact us today to see how we can help!’
Meanwhile, another bakery created a coronation cookie, with a Freddo chocolate chip cookie in the middle.
King Charles III – who loves everything with eggs and cheese – has chosen a ‘Coronation Quiche’ to celebrate his coronation.
Meanwhile, another bakery created a coronation cookie, with a Freddo chocolate chip cookie in the middle
King Charles has been accused of hiding his hands in photos to avoid being mocked for his ‘sausage fingers’ in new portraits released days before the coronation this week
It seems to be inspired by the monarch’s love of gardening and contains spinach, fava beans and tarragon.
The ‘Coronation Quiche’ was developed in close collaboration with the King and Queen Consort by the Royal Chef Mark Flanagan at Buckingham Palace.
Flanagan has been in charge of the royal meals since 2002. We hope people will be inspired to make and serve the quiche during the “Big Lunches” held in communities across the country during the May 6-8 coronation weekend. .
Quiche was chosen because it is considered a good dish to take to a street party and can be served hot or cold.
It also suits a wide variety of dietary needs and preferences and is considered “not too complicated to make or require expensive or hard-to-find ingredients.”