Marks and Spencer Habanero Tortillas (200g)

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  • Gluten-Free
  • Vegetarian

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Love spicy snacks? You'll adore these piquant habanero tortillas by M&S.

Made with a fiery flavour, they're gorgeous with a cooling dip of sour cream and chives, and are every bit as good enjoyed on their own!

Ideal for sharing with friends and family and for serving with Mexican food, they're sure to be a big hit!

One of our Marks and Spencer branded products, it is also a gluten free product, and is suitable for vegetarians.


Maize Flour, Sunflower Oil, Rice Flour, Ground Spices (Cayenne Pepper, Cumin, Paprika, Ginger), Dried Jalapeño Peppers, Sugar, Salt, Dried Garlic, Dried Onions, Yeast Extract, Dried Red Peppers, Spice Extracts (Cayenne, Paprika, Habanero), Dried Lemon Juice, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, Flavouring, Habanero Chilli Powder..

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