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Mix things up in the kitchen with Tilda’s extensive range of rices

If you’ve been allocated the task of cooking for Mum’s special day tomorrow, make it an easier time in the kitchen using Tilda Classic Grain ready-to-heat rices.

As a side dish, there’s a full range of flavour-infused rices to choose from such as Coconut Basmati, Lime & Coriander, Peri Peri, and Tomato & Basil.

And don’t be afraid to mix things up culturally!

The brand has even released a ‘Super Grains’ collection with the likes of Cranberries & Pumpkin Seeds Brown Rice & Millet being a major cry from the plain white rice we were stuck with on our plates, growing up.

Today we spotted a a packet of Tilda Coconut Basmati rice in the pantry – but were in the mood to make a special fried rice. Mixing a bunch of fresh veggies, a little soy, some special XO sauce, Chinese char siu pork, and finally the rice, the result was not only quick but super-tasty (see pic above).

Tilda rices are excellent for adding to an array of international cuisines, from Indian to Jamaican, Italian to Mexican. Like our modern take on Chile con Carne (below).

The brand has even released a ‘Super Grains’ collection with the likes of Cranberries & Pumpkin Seeds Brown Rice & Millet being a major cry from the plain white rice we were stuck with on our plates, growing up.

Broaden your tastes with easy-to-prepare Low-GI rices selected from one of the broadest ranges we’ve seen on supermarket shelves to date.

Lisa Andrews

 

Tilda rices are available from Coles, Woolworths and select independent supermarkets.

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