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What would be a good substitute for Aleppo pepper?

asked by carolcamille almost 2 years ago
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added almost 2 years ago

chile pepper would work as a substitute

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added almost 2 years ago

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 almost 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 17 days ago

used in a crème fraiche glaze on chicken