Aleppo pepper, named after the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. comes from a deep burgundy chile, the Halaby pepper. Aleppo pepper is revered throughout the culinary world. Its savory fruitiness of the Aleppo chile flake lingers on the tongue with unparalleled complexity. It is strong enough to use on its own, but for additional delight, you can combine it with cinnamon or cumin. It is great for grilled meats (a nice gift for the barbecue fan), tomatoes, or even salads, ice cream, and potato chips!
Named after the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, this spice is now largely sourced from Turkey and elsewhere, due to the challenges of growing and exporting from the war-torn Syrian region. It comes from a burgundy chile also known as the Halaby pepper
Size: 60 g // 2.1 ounces
Aleppo pepper rub: combine 1.5 teaspoons Aleppo pepper, 1 teaspoon kosher salt, 1 teaspoon brown sugar. Rub on ribs and allow to sit refrigerated overnight.