Share the rich authentic taste experience of MEZEAST Muhammara Walnut Tomato Paprika Spread. Walnut, tomato and smoked paprika make for an exciting blend of flavours and aromas, seasoned with garlic and earthy cumin.
This vibrant ready to eat spread is ideal on Flatbread and on grills, or as a dip with raw vegetables or MEZEAST Pita Crackers to accompany a feast of Falafel, Kofta, couscous and other Middle Eastern delights. Invite the sights, sounds and aromas of the Middle Eastern culture into your home and inspire your guests with enticing and playful tastes and textures. Yalla spread it!
Share the generosity of Middle Eastern cuisine at your table... life is better when shared. Enjoy Habibi!
Create your own Middle Eastern Sharing Feast
Make every meal extraordinary with the intense, aromatic flavours of Middle East ingredients. Quick and convenient, this versatile spread is an easy way to make every family dinner an experience to remember with none of the fuss. Serve up a dish that's a tantalising treat for all the senses without overpowering spice or heat, making it the perfect introduction to Middle Eastern recipes. Everyone, young and old, can join in with the fun and create their own culinary delight, just the way they like it. Catch up with friends and share stories over a mouthwatering meal.
What is Muhammara?
The Syrian roots of Muhammara provide the intense flavours of this spread, which has become popular across various countries of the Middle East.* Muhammara is perfect for sharing, a social experience rather than simply a tasty spread.
Explore MEZEAST's Middle Eastern Food Range
Have you tried the convenient MEZEAST Chicken Shawarma Wrap Kit for delicious wraps for the whole family? Serve alongside crunchy MEZEAST Pita Crackers dipped in Hummus with our Hummus Seasoning Paste. Explore our full range of flavoursome and nutritionally balanced ready to use products, rich in vegetables, grains and healthy oils. Make each mealtime a memorable moment.
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*inspired by historical facts, online articles and word of mouth.