Smotherings Of Africa

Code
00422230000500
Size:65g
R39.95
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Overview

  • Banting friendly
  • Sugar, Lactose and Gluten free
  • May be used in potato or pasta salad

Description

Originally meant as a meat rub, used instead of salt. Delicious mixed with Olive oil to be used as a dip for breads. Mix in with a tub of cream cheese for a very decadent dip. Spice up your potato or pasta salad with a spoonful of Smotherings of Africa.

Ingredients

Smoked Paprika, Dried Garlic, Sea Salt, Dried Basil.

Warnings

No allergens present in this product.

Directions

Ready to use rub. Ensure lid is closed after use. Store in cool, dry conditions away from direct sunlight, in an insect and pest free environment.

Dietary Summary

  • Halaal
  • Kosher
  • Suitable For Vegan
  • Preservative Free
 

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