This Indian Curry Is The Favourite Pizza Topping Of Prince William And We’re Surprised!

by Sanjana Shenoy
This Indian Curry Is The Favourite Pizza Topping Of Prince William And We’re Surprised!

If you’ve ever wondered what do the British royal family like to eat then we had delicious news for you. Forget the scones, pies, chicken roast and tea cakes, Prince William loves pizzas. And not just any pizza, but one with a special desi curry topping. We know Indian food is simply the best, but Prince William’s love for Indian food goes above and beyond. Read on to know all the deets.

Prince William Loves Chicken Tikka Masala Pizza

According to the Hello! Magazine, Britain’s Royal Family’s eating secrets have been revealed. Prince William is a die-hard fan of Chicken Tikka Masala. In fact, Prince William adores the gravy so much that his former chef-curated a pizza with the Chicken Tikka Masala as a topping. In the past, William said that while he loved Chicken Masala, he wasn’t a vindaloo man. Darren McGrady, the former royal chef revealed that he made pizza all the time for Prince William.  In his second cookbook, ‘The Royal Chef at Home’, there’s a chicken tikka masala recipe since Prince William loves Indian food. So the chef combined the two dishes to make the Prince’s favourite dish.

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Indian Food Often Gets Delivered To The Palace

While Prince William loves Indian food, he earlier talked about his dislike for spicy food. The Duke of Cambridge loves Indian food like samosa, poppadums and mango chutney. In a radio show in early 2020, Prince William ordered Indian food from a local restaurant Samrat in Ealing. His favourite dishes often get delivered to the palace. Recently, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge helped make rotis and served dal and rice to the underprivileged. They cooked up a storm with Sikh Sanjogto distribute food to vulnerable families across the Edinburgh community.