As we count down to the Coronation of Charles III and his wife, Camilla, more details surrounding the monumental event have been revealed.

We hope you're hungry for the latest news because the official Twitter account for the Royal Family has announced the signature dish for the Big Lunch. And that dish is none other than Coronation Quiche, a quiche packed with veggies, herbs, and even beans.

This content is imported from twitter. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

"In celebration of Coronation Big Lunches taking place over the Coronation weekend, Their Majesties have shared a recipe for a Coronation Quiche—featuring spinach, broad beans and tarragon," the Royal Family's announcement reads.

The Royal Family went on to offer some insight on what exactly the Big Lunch is. According to a tweet, the event "aims to bring communities together to celebrate the Coronation and share friendship, food and fun." The Big Lunch has also taken place in Barbados and Ghana.

If you're hoping to create the dish on your own to celebrate King Charles' Coronation, you're in luck. The tweet from the Royal Family also includes recipe video of the quiche.

The chef in the video starts off by preparing the crust and placing it in the oven to bake with baking beans for 15 minutes. After dumping the beans, she then added cheese, tarragon, spinach, and broad beans to the crust, and topped with a liquid egg mixture. Lastly, she added a bit more cheese on top and popped the quiche into the oven.

No word yet on an official drink for next month's Coronation, but there is always the Dubonnet and Gin, a three-ingredient cocktail that was Queen Elizabeth's favorite.

DelishDelish Lettermark logo
Danielle Harling
Weekend Editor/Contributing Writer

Danielle Harling is an Atlanta-based freelance writer with a love for colorfully designed-spaces, craft cocktails and online window shopping (usually for budget-shattering designer heels). Her past work has appeared on Fodor’s, Forbes, MyDomaine, Architectural Digest and more.