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Chiles, Urfa Biber
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Chiles, Urfa Biber

Urfa Biber

Known also by its Kurdish name, Isot, biber is Turkish for pepper while Urfa is a province in Turkey's southeast. A cross-border cousin to Aleppo pepper, this pepper, mild in heat, and redolent of raisin, chocolate, and smoked, ripens to a dark maroon color on the plant. Great with sautéed eggplant and tomato dishes, it is also fantastic with lamb and kebabs.

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The Urfa Biber (pepper) is a Turkish chile pepper. This pepper is full of smoky sultry flavors and modest heat. This pepper measures in at approximately 7,500 Scoville heat units. The urfa pepper has a beautiful purple color to add to your dishes. They also have a raisin sweet note that pairs well with treats, like brownies or chocolate chip cookies. They add a nice flavor to vegetables as well as a twist to a traditional mole. This chile pepper is cured with salt.

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Rich, raisiny pepper

This is a wonderfully fragrant, very mild, pepper. It's great as a seasoning for roasted pork, or just sprinkled on hummus toast.

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A great addition to the spice arsenal...

This stuff is SO great. I only recently discovered this pepper, and am seriously regretting all my years without it. Great mid-range heat for people who can't tolerate the super zingy stuff. So happy to find it here, might need to order by the pound!

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