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Add Aleppo-style pepper to oil for a stand-out roast chicken marinade, rub it on roasted vegetables, add it to salad dressing, or even use it to rim a cocktail glass. Add this spice to anything that calls for a layer of slow-building heat.
The real deal: hot; spicy; and packed with flavorAdd it to chili, eggs, soups, stews. Maybe not pieAvailable in 7 oz jar or case
The Aleppo pepper has a moderate heat level of about 10,000 on the scoville scale with some fruitiness and mild, cumin like undertones. Its flavor is similar to the ancho chili, but oilier and slightly salty; salt is often used in the drying process.It is fairly mild, with its heat building slowly, with a fruity, raisin like flavor. It has also been described as having the flavor of "sweetness, roundness and perfume of the best kind ofsundried tomatoes, but with a substantial kick behind it. Some renowned chefs prefer Aleppo pepper for its "fruity and bright qualities.r </p>