Al'fez - Harissa Paste, 100g

Al'fez - Harissa Paste, 100g
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Al'fez - Harissa Paste, 100g

Brand - Al'fez
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Quick Description

The winner of the 2015 Great Taste Award, Al'fez Harissa Paste is a smooth, hot, and spicy chilli paste that gives a kick to any dish you’re cooking or eating!

Key Information

  • Award-Winning Harissa Paste
  • Hot & Spicy: Contains Cayenne and Chilli Peppers
  • Source of E, C, B6, and K Vitamins
  • Source of Iron and Manganese
  • 138 Kcal Per Serving of 100g
  • Gluten-Free
  • Non-GMO

Product Overview

Al'fez Harissa Paste is used to add a little Moroccan and Lebanese flair to your dishes. People across Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco usually have harissa paste on hand, because it does wonders when used in stews and tagines. Some spice lovers even put Harissa paste in soup!

Al'fez Harissa Paste contains chillies, tomato, and garlic. This spice blend was awarded as the winner of 2015’s Great Taste Award.

You can use it as an ingredient for a marinade or mix it with some mayonnaise to make a tasty and spicy dip. Harissa paste is such a versatile cupboard staple, you’ll find a myriad of ways to enjoy it.


Water, Tomato Puree (15%), Sugar, Paprika, Tomato Powder, Rapeseed Oil, White Wine Vinegar, Maltodextrin, Salt, Garlic (1%), Cayenne Pepper, Chilli Pepper (1%), Star Anise, Coriander, Cumin, Lemon Juice Concentrate

Frequently Asked Questions

Is There any Benefit to Eating Harissa Paste?

If you love hot sauce, then harissa paste is a delicious and healthy alternative. Its ingredients like chilli and tomato are good sources of antioxidants. Harissa paste is also packed with vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin K, iron, and manganese.

In addition, eating spicy foods (particularly chilli peppers) has been kCanned & Jarred Foods, Saucenown to speed up metabolism thanks to a compound commonly found in them called capsaicin.