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Aleppo Pepper

ORIGIN: Syria

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Aleppo Pepper

Aleppo peppers, also known as Halaby pepper, are a traditional element of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Aleppo peppers share equal time with salt-and-pepper in many regions, and it is a typical seasoning for grilled meats and kebabs.

The flavor of Aleppo peppers is similar to a combination of cumin and cayenne pepper. It has a medium to low heat profile at three or four on a scale of 1 to 10 or 10,000 Scoville Heat Units.

This burgundy colored pepper delivers a complex array of flavors and sensations. These desiccated peppers are crushed after drying in the sun to produce their fruity, earthy, warm flavors like hints of citrus, raisins, tomatoes, and spices like cumin. And, with the slow onset of its pleasantly mild heat, you can savor each of its unique flavors with every bite.

Origins

Aleppo peppers are native to Syria in the region of the city of Aleppo, therefore the name. First mentions of the pepper appear in ancient writings over 4000 years old.

How to Use

Liberally is one of the first things that come to mind in answering this critical question. Like most, you will probably find that you are looking for new ways to use this pepper to enhance almost any dish. The mild spice of Aleppo peppers will add a comfortable kick that can enhance rather than overpower other flavors.

Scrambled eggs, omelets, frittatas, and other egg dishes are the perfect targets for this unique spice. You will be amazed at the difference a few sprinkles of Aleppo peppers can make to virtually any egg dish that you might imagine.

Combine Aleppo peppers with other spices like cumin, garlic, turmeric, or coriander, and create a unique rub for pork, chicken, or lamb.

Although your Aleppo pepper spice will stay fresh longer if stored in the refrigerator, we suggest that you keep some Aleppo peppers in an airtight shaker alongside your salt-and-pepper to find new ways to enjoy is this spice every day.

A spice that offers so much flavor and versatility is a treasure, indeed. Add this fantastic pepper to your shopping cart and begin to explore its many pleasures for yourself.

 

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Aleppo Pepper

Aleppo peppers, also known as Halaby pepper, are a traditional element of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Aleppo peppers share equal time with salt-and-pepper in many regions, and it is a typical seasoning for grilled meats and kebabs.

The flavor of Aleppo peppers is similar to a combination of cumin and cayenne pepper. It has a medium to low heat profile at three or four on a scale of 1 to 10 or 10,000 Scoville Heat Units.

This burgundy colored pepper delivers a complex array of flavors and sensations. These desiccated peppers are crushed after drying in the sun to produce their fruity, earthy, warm flavors like hints of citrus, raisins, tomatoes, and spices like cumin. And, with the slow onset of its pleasantly mild heat, you can savor each of its unique flavors with every bite.

Origins

Aleppo peppers are native to Syria in the region of the city of Aleppo, therefore the name. First mentions of the pepper appear in ancient writings over 4000 years old.

How to Use

Liberally is one of the first things that come to mind in answering this critical question. Like most, you will probably find that you are looking for new ways to use this pepper to enhance almost any dish. The mild spice of Aleppo peppers will add a comfortable kick that can enhance rather than overpower other flavors.

Scrambled eggs, omelets, frittatas, and other egg dishes are the perfect targets for this unique spice. You will be amazed at the difference a few sprinkles of Aleppo peppers can make to virtually any egg dish that you might imagine.

Combine Aleppo peppers with other spices like cumin, garlic, turmeric, or coriander, and create a unique rub for pork, chicken, or lamb.

Although your Aleppo pepper spice will stay fresh longer if stored in the refrigerator, we suggest that you keep some Aleppo peppers in an airtight shaker alongside your salt-and-pepper to find new ways to enjoy is this spice every day.

A spice that offers so much flavor and versatility is a treasure, indeed. Add this fantastic pepper to your shopping cart and begin to explore its many pleasures for yourself.

 

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Bell Peppers
Next Post
Paprika, Sweet Smoked

Aleppo Pepper

$3.00

/oz

ORIGIN: Syria

SKU: SS-24234

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