Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's favourite dish to cook at home revealed and it's not what you'd expect

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Prince Harry and Meghan have a simple palette and their favorite food is a crowd-pleaser, just like everyone else.

Setting a different tone to what life as a royal would be like, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have always broken barriers and seemed more relatable than the rest of the royal family. The couple is seemingly simple, with family-oriented values and a fuss-free lifestyle.

Their ‘normality’ and simplicity even reflect on the food they eat as a couple. While one would expect a royal to eat exotic meals with diverse varieties every single day, the Sussexes have proved that that’s not how they function. And their choice of foods looks like what any layman would enjoy. Here’s what Prince Harry and Meghan love to eat on an average day, and it is certainly not what you’d expect.

The ultimate meal for the Sussexes

Meghan’s and Harry’s favorite meal isn’t caviar, oysters, foie gras, or even lobsters. In fact, it is far from fancy. It has recently been revealed that the royal couple loves a humble old roast chicken. The couple allegedly bonded over their love for roast chicken in their initial days of courting. And have also been spotted by paps at various famous roast chicken joints, enjoying their favorite meal.

Having traveled the world, and dined out practically everywhere, one would imagine a fancier palette, but Harry and Meghan prefer opting for the classic roast chicken.

Not only do the couple enjoy eating a simple roast chicken dinner, but they prefer making it themselves. Yes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoy some couple time together while whipping up their famous roast chicken. Thus, making the meal all the more wholesome.

Winner winner chicken dinner

Meghan has always been vocal about her cooking skills, especially her famous roast chicken. In an interview with Good Housekeeping that she gave back in her Suits days, she said the following when she was asked if she could cook.

"There is nothing as delicious (or as impressive) as a perfectly roasted chicken. If you have an Ina Garten–level roasted-chicken recipe, it's a game changer. I bring that to dinner parties and make a lot of friends."

The significance of the roast chicken

Clearly, roast chicken has always been a go-to for Meghan. And with Prince Harry coming into her life, he has adopted the roast chicken way of life, too. It is said to be his favorite meal, given that the couple cook it together. The meal has so much significance in their life, that cooking a roast chicken was what the couple were doing when Prince Harry popped the question back in November of 2017.

In a conversation with the BBC about their engagement in 2017, the newly engaged couple revealed that roast chicken was a part of their big day. This is what they said about the proposal.

"It happened a few weeks ago, earlier this month at our cottage. Just a standard, typical night for us. Just a cosy night. What were we doing, just roasting chicken - trying to roast a chicken - and just an amazing surprise."

Other foods they love

Not only were the couple roasting a chicken on the day of their engagement, but many of their first dates involved sharing and cooking roast chickens. In fact, as per Marca, roast chicken was the dish that he (Prince Harry) ordered when his wife was about to give birth to their first child at the hospital.

As per Tapas Magazine, the couple also enjoys a diverse palette. And some of their other favorite foods include roast salmon (which is another meal they often cook together) and desserts with bananas, such as banana bread, flan, or pudding.

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