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What would be a good substitute for Aleppo pepper?

asked by carolcamille over 2 years ago
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Monita

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chile pepper would work as a substitute

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Since it's generally milder than chile pepper or cayenne pepper, you would need to reduce the amount from the amount of Aleppo called for. You will also lose the smokiness.

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added over 2 years ago

A Spanish pimenton de la vera would work or piment d'esplette. Supermarket paprika would be a very bad idea; save that for deviled eggs. But as we don't know what dish this is going into it's hard to be more specific.

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added 8 months ago

used in a crème fraiche glaze on chicken