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Coronation Chicken Salad for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

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Coronation Chicken

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Over the weekend, Queen Elizabeth II started celebrating 60 years as England's monarch. Festivities for the Diamond Jubilee began Saturday with the Derby at Epsom Racecourse and will continue through tomorrow, when the Queen will wave to her public from a balcony at Buckingham Palace. To honor Elizabeth, we suggest making a light dish served at a royal luncheon the day she was crowned on June 2, 1953. This curried Coronation Chicken Salad pays tribute to her lengthy rule, but is spiced up for the current generation with minced hot chiles and chunks of sweet mango.

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