Aleppo pepper has a moderate heat level with some fruitiness and mild, cumin-like undertones. It also has a hint of saltiness and a slightly raisin-like flavor. Its widely used in middle-eastern and Mediterranean cuisine and can be used as a substitute for red pepper or paprika. Aleppo Pepper, a favorite of professional chefs, is named for the town in Northern Syria it originates from.
- Natural, premium ingredients, salt-free, and no MSG
- FLAVOR BOOSTER: Naturally enhance the taste of everything on your plate from chicken kebabs and grilled salmon to roasted veggies, salads, dips, and snacks like popcorn
- Use Aleppo Pepper flakes on pizza, pasta, meats, rice, sauces, sun-dried tomatoes, lentils and more. Use them on everything!
- Aleppo spice work well cooked into a meal, or as a table spice sprinkled on just before eating.
- Pair them with Acili Ezme (a hot pepper and walnut paste) pita bread, hummus, falafel, and Köfte.
Lamb kebab and grilled meats are often flavored with Aleppo Pepper flakes as a part of a spice blend including garlic, salt, black pepper, and others.
- Aleppo spice also complements and balances chocolate, cinnamon, and sugar in spicy/sweet desserts.