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Farrah's soft flame baked flour tortillas filled with tasty chicken, capsicum and onion cooked in a mild spice mix of cumin, smoked paprika and other tasty herbs and spices. Roll them up and drizzle over the sauce for a winning family fiesta!
Wheat flour, water, vegetable oil [with antioxidant (307)], dextrose, salt, emulsifier (471), rice flour, raising agents (500, 450), preservatives (282, 200), acidity regulator (297), stabilisers (466, 415), enzymes. Contains gluten. This product is manufactured on equipment that also produces product containing soy and sesame seeds.
Tomato (77%), onion, green pepper, cider vinegar, garlic, canola oil, corn starch, sugar, salt, chipotle, spice, herb.
Fajita Spice Mix:
Spices (28%) (cumin, coriander, smoked paprika, black pepper), rice flour, tomato, sugar, sea salt, maize flour, worcestershire sauce powder (maltodextrin, vegetable protein extract, vinegar, molasses, spices, vegetable oil), garlic, onion, natural flavours, parsley, citric acid, hickory smoke flavour.
• Dairy Free
• Yeast Free
• Halal Certified
• New Zealand made
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