Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with Tilda


Chinese New Year is an important holiday and time of celebration in Chinese culture. Each year is named after one of the twelve nominated animals – this year it is the celebration of the Rabbit with it starting on the 1st day of February and finishing on the 15th with a Lantern Festival.

Centred on reuniting family and friends, Chinese New Year is all about sharing and food is an integral part of the celebrations. This February, you too can help bring your loved ones together with your very own Chinese New Year feast.

Creating an appetising Chinese banquet couldn’t be easier, thanks to Tilda’s delicious oriental stir fry range. Ready in a matter of minutes, Tilda Stir Fry can help you create a truly authentic Asian experience that your guests will love.

Choose from two delicious flavours Peking Rice with sweet Shaoxing rice wine, blended spices, shallots and red chilli or Kung Po Rice with sweet Hoisin sauce with warm spices and red chilli.
To celebrate why not try serving up a mouth-watering dish of Peking Wraps.


You will need:

1 pack Tilda Peking Rice
150g cooked, shredded duck
15 Chinese pancakes or 1 pack 8 tortilla wraps
1 bunch spring onions, finely sliced
1 cucumber, peeled and finely sliced


Prepare the Peking Stir Fry using 150g cooked, shredded duck following the pack instructions. Fill Chinese pancakes or alternatively use tortilla wraps cut in half, with 1-2 tablespoons of the Peking Duck Stir Fry, top with finely sliced spring onions and cucumber, then roll to create a wrap.

Serve immediately
Perfect served with a fruity plum sauce

For more inspiring recipe suggestions on how you can celebrate the Lantern Festival visit http://www.tilda.com


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