The Crazy Kitchen: Tilda Rice for Kids - review

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Monday, 28 May 2012

Tilda Rice for Kids - review

We often eat Tilda steamed Basmati rice as it's handy to keep in the cupboard and quick to prepare (2 minutes in the microwave) when you need to make dinner in a hurry, which is often the case with three hungry children, two of them who come in a different time due to various sporting activities after school.

Tilda now have a range of rice specially for children which are full of goodness, contain only natural ingredients and count as one of their 5 a day.

Tilda Kids come in four different flavours - Cheese & Tomato, Mild & Sweet Curry, Sweet Vegetable & Wholegrain Rice and Sunshine Vegetable Rice and only take 2 minutes to prepare in the microwave.

For Jack I heated the Mild & Sweet Curry flavour and mixed it with a pieces of barbecued pork loin steak and steamed broccoli and courgette. After a false start when he said he didn't like it (this isn't unusual for him and he hadn't even tried it), he came back later when Daddy was eating and ate the lot. Sam tried the Cheese & Tomato as an accompaniment with his dinner but didn't like it - too cheesy tasting apparently, but Daddy loved it!
The rice comes as a 125g serving in a microwaveable pouch and is great for little ones who are fussy about their vegetables as each serving has pureed vegetables in so, apart from the odd small piece of visible vegetable, you would never know it was there.  The pouches are sold in Tesco, Ocado, Waitrose, Asda and some Morrison's with an RRP of £1.15 per pouch.

We were sent 4 packs of Tilda Kids for the purpose of this review.


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