Tesco Is Selling Marmite Flavoured Houmous And We Don't Know How To Feel
Introducing... Marmite Houmous. Yep, you heard that right.
We'll admit when we first heard about Marmite and houmous coming together, we weren't sure how to feel.
But, thinking about it, there's no reason the combo shouldn't work.
Made with cooked chickpeas, tahini sesame seed paste, lemon juice, garlic purée and a healthy dose of the nation's favourite yeast spread, the new dip promises an extra salty, umami flavour kick that's bound to be a treat for the tastebuds.
Whether you want to dip your carrots into it, slather it toast or heap it on the side of your plate alongside dinner, the houmous will certainly add a little something extra to your next meal.
Tyla has contacted Tesco and Marmite for more info on the tasty new addition.
On the topic of Marmite themed treats, have you tried the new flavoured cream cheese and butters, which launched in M&S at the start of lockdown?
The Marmite cream cheese costs £2.50 per 140g, and is the perfect pairing for a morning bagel, bowl of pasta or even a steaming bowl of tasty tomato soup.
A combination of cool and light cream cheese and the infamous British spread, the cheesy delight comes after the Marmite cheddar bites have been a roaring success ever since they launched back in 2007.
Alongside the cheesy new addition, the Marmite butter (£3) comes in packs weighing 100g, and adds that distinctive salty taste to your toast, as well as being perfect slathered over a roast and jacket potato. Mmmm.
There's basically no meal that can't be Marmite-ified now. And, hey - you'll either love that or hate it.
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