Marks & Spencer and ITV's Food Glorious Food: fundraising at its most mouth watering

The winning dish from ITV's Food Glorious Food is now available exclusively at M&S, with 40p from every pack being donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.

The programme set out to find Britain's best home-cooked dish, and over the past nine weeks thousands of entries have been whittled down by judges Loyd Grossman, Stacie Stewart, Tom Parker Bowles and Anne Harrison.

Last night, the winner was finally revealed - teacher Rahila Hussain's Fragrant White Chicken Korma, a re-creation of a much-loved dish from her childhood. It's an unconventional and unusual recipe, packed full of nuts which give a luxurious texture, and without the tumeric normally found in a korma. Using yoghurt instead of cream makes the dish lighter than a typical curry.

M&S has supported the charity since 2011, and has already raised well over £500,000 to help establish a world class gastroenterology research programme. The donations from the sale of Rahila's dish will support the redevelopment of Great Ormond Street Hospital, helping to fund bedrooms in the hospital's new surgery centre, due to open in 2017. The new bedrooms will offer greater privacy and comfort for families, with space for a parent or carer to sleep by their child's bedside, which can be so important to the recovery process.

Don't miss your chance to try the prize-winning dish, in M&S stores across the UK from today, Thursday 25 April.