Tilda Basmati Rice Reviews
Product Type: Tilda Food
Description:Manufacturer: Tilda / Type: Rice
Newest Review: ... foot of the Himalayas, which is apparently the only one place on earth where pure Basmati Rice can be grown and they source ... more
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Customer Tilda Basmati Rice Reviews (10)
by - written on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 219 readings)
Cooking perfect rice is not easy it is never a case of just boiling rice and ending up with a perfect rice to go with your meal more often than not the finished result will be a stodgy wet rice with all the grains stuck together. There is an art to cooking rice which I have managed to perfect over the years but it does take a little care and time. First of all it is better to start off with good quality rice, the best rice I have found to date is Tilda Pure Basmati Rice. Tilda Basmati rice is considered the prince of all rice and was brought over to the western world by Tilda over 30 years ago. It can only be grown in Northern Plains ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 133 readings)
As everyones trying to cut back on junk food ( apart from After Eight Dessert!!) I decided to get some rice into the cupboards. I don't particularly like cooking rice as it can be messy and I personally don't really like rice so I find it a bit of a chore. So I was pleased when I saw this box of Tilda Pure Basmati Rice containing 2 boil in the bags of rice. Priced at 79p from Farmfoods I did think that this was a reasonable price to pay, as when later I went into Tesco's I noticed that it was selling for £1.79 a big difference!. I have used boil in the bag before, but that was just a plain rice and not a Basmati. So when my son wanted some for his ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/08 (Very useful, 2664 readings)
COST: (@ 4.10.08) = £2.15 in Sainsbury's, and £1.99 at my local village grocers, for a 500g pack NUTRITIONAL INFORMATON (uncooked, per 100g):- Calories: 348 Kj: 1,480 Protein: 8.6g Carbohydrate: 77.6g - of which sugars: Trace Fat: 0.4g - of which saturates: 0.1g Fibre: 0.4g Sodium: Trace DIETARY INFORMATION: Suitable for vegetarians, free from gluten ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tilda Basmati Rice comes in an attractive royal blue laminated plastic packet. There is a picture on the front of the packet of an oriental beach scene with a pillar of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/11 (Very useful, 208 readings)
I enjoy cooking but something I've always struggled to get right is cooking rice. I pretty much always went for 'boil in the bag' option as it meant I was more likely to have some rice to eat rather than having most of it stuck to the saucepan! Plenty of people have recommended different ways of cooking it, even my Delia cookbook had its own 'guaranteed' method to prepare rice but with all this advice I never seemed to manage to get perfectly fluffy tasty rice, that is until I tried Tilda Pure Original Basmati Rice. Product Information Tilda Pure Basmati Rice comes in a vivid blue packaging (it has changed slightly from the picture above) with text only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/11 (Very useful, 94 readings)
We eat rice only occasionally, but recently Tilda basmati rice seems to have been quite heavily promoted in the supermarkets, I purchased mine at our local coop on a special meal deal offer. At the same time I bought some diced turkey,and a half price jar of Korma curry sauce. I added some french beans and a couple of chopped carrots to the turkey, and ended up with our 'Meal of the Week'. The pack promises 'Love at first taste', and so it proved to be, for me at least. The individual white grains are tiny. and cooked or uncooked exude an appetising delicate ricey fragrance. My 500g pack says that it contains at least 8 portions,each portion being about 60g ... Read the complete review
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