Many Moroccan dishes take their name from a tagine, the clay or ceramic vessel in which they were traditionally cooked. Al’Fez cooking sauces have been developed with hob cooking in mind, so you don’t need to own or use a tagine when using our sauces. The name Harissa comes from the Arabic verb ‘harasa’ meaning ‘to pound’ or ‘break into pieces’. It’s thought to originate from Tunisia, where shoppers in spice souks watch it being pounded out while waiting.

Just add chicken, serve with Moroccan spiced couscous and a flatbread.

Nutritional Info (Per 100g)

Energy 407kJ / 97kcal
Fat 4.0g
of which saturates 0.3g
Carbohydrates 13g
of which sugars 10g
Protein 1.1g
Fibre 1.9g
Salt 0.65g