Aleppo chilli flakes

Aleppo chilli flakes

Aleppo chilli flakes

Availability: In stock

£3.50

A Turkish chilli, dried and flaked, named after the Syrian city of Aleppo. Burgundy in colour and with medium heat it has a sweet aroma and works well sprinkled over roasted meat or veg. It can also be added to melted butter or hot olive oil to finish off stews, soups and poached or fried eggs.

Ingredients

Dried aleppo chilli flakes, oil, sea salt

Shelf life

28 February 2018

Ships to

Worldwide

Size

50g

Reviews

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  • Spices Sweet, deep flavour
    (16/01/2015) A lovely spicy aroma of toasted fruit & nuttiness
  • Spices Great quality
    (30/09/2014) Good balance of sweetness and spice compared with other competitive brands. Delicious addition to numerous dishes
  • Spices Very nice visually and tastes great
    (18/02/2014) Not so spicy, but still very nice. It is a great addition to many dishes, such as eggs, soups, pasta. And the colour of it is so vibrant and beautiful in this glass bottle that decorates the kitchen as well.
  • Spices Sweet and not too spicy
    (21/12/2013) These chilli flakes provide just the right amount of heat. I always have them in the pantry to make Conchiglie with yoghurt, peas & chilli. It's also nice to throw in a few pinches into a lasagne for a little extra kick.
  • Spices Wonderful flavor
    (09/12/2013) I love super spicy things. These are not super spicy, just a hint of kick, but they are so flavorful that I love them anyway. Just ordering my second jar and some more for holiday gifts. Lovely on eggs, pizza, pasta.
  • Spices perfect
    (26/11/2013) Perfectly spicy and just love the packaging.
  • Spices The best chilli
    (22/11/2013) The flakes are more moist than most other chilli and the flavour is more mellow without having any less heat. My favourite to add to cold dishes especially
  • Spices Not used often, but wonderful when used
    (19/10/2013) I use this at the end of a stir-fry for some heat and complexity, or over a fried egg. I find that its flavour tends to disappear in stews - maybe my stews are too strong in flavour. I don't use this all that often, but when I do, it's always a good reminder that I have a jar of this lovely stuff in the kitchen.