'Your Flavourful Food Stories' Recipe Book
Celebrating 50 years of your recipes, your stories, your Tilda moments
Marking half a century of supplying delicious rice, Tilda has released ‘Your Flavourful Food Stories’ a book filled with recipes from all the people who helped make the brand the success it is today: the chefs who won’t serve anything else, foodies known for being on top of the latest trends and home cooks who serve up dishes with love. The book is dedicated to all those who go above and beyond to create the best-tasting rice dishes whether passed down through generations, inspired by their most memorable trip away or from their first discovery of the brand. To commemorate the occasion Tilda is thanking its fans, with a special collection of their favourite recipes, their stories, their Tilda moments.
The book continues Tilda’s partnership with The Felix Project, London’s leading food redistribution charity, which rescues good quality surplus food and delivers it to charities and schools for people in need. All the proceeds from the sales of this book will go directly towards helping get good food to people in need. For each £7.99 donated from the sale of one book, 49 meals will be delivered to those in need.
Michael Millership, The Felix Project
“We are so pleased to be Tilda’s charity partner of choice. Tilda was one of the first producers to respond to our request for food in the early days of The Felix Project and has doubled its donations this year to help us meet increased demand. The continuing generosity of Tilda contributes greatly to our ability to supply those charities we work with and we are touched and honoured to be the beneficiaries of the proceeds from the 50th anniversary recipe book, 'Your Flavourful Food Stories'. We wish you the best of luck for the next 50 years, although we like to think Felix will be redundant by then.”
Cyrus Todiwala, Contributing Chef
"This has been my best selling dish for 25 years and it is my signature dish. My mother's recipe stems from her family's long term residence in Rajasthan, India, making this Dhaansaak very different to the typical Bombay version. She would make it for our Sunday lunch, and we could see the labour of love poured into it. The smells that the pureeing of lentils creates is etched in my memory and the aroma of the pot when the lid was lifted is something that I aim to achieve even now!"
Lucy Parker, Contributing Influencer
"My Chana Masala recipe is the thing I make when I need something fast and comforting that requires minimal thinking. A little therapeutic chopping, idle stirring and you have a tasty hot bowl of food in 20 minutes (with minimal tidying up). We all need these recipes up our sleeve whether it's been a tough day or 'just because' and I hope you love this one as much as I do. It's the most viewed recipe on my website, which I think is due to the fact it's made up of only a few key ingredients and can easily be adapted to fit what you have in your cupboards at home."