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Hot Pepper Flakes (Isot)

Oncu     200g.
$3.99
Also known as Isot pepper, this wonderful crushed chile from the Turkish town of Urfa is similar to Aleppo. Though Urfa chiles are called “red”, they actually are purplish black in color. These premium peppers are picked and cut, dried in the sun by day, then wrapped and sweated at night for more than a week. This sweating process gives the chiles a rich, earthy flavor and smoky aroma. A sweating process gives Urfa chiles a rich, earthy flavor and smoky aroma. Urfa peppers are a 3-4 on a heat scale of 1-10. The heat develops slowly and has more bite than Aleppo crushed red peppers. Try sprinkling over salad, pasta, pilaf, pizza and more. If you enjoy Aleppo chiles we think you will love these as well.

Antep Hot Pepper Flakes

Oncu     200g
$3.99
Word famous Antep pepper flakes. You get the best aroma and taste.

Antep Hot Pepper Flakes (Ipek)

Oncu     200g
$5.99
Word famous Antep pepper flakes. You get the best aroma and taste as well as the silky texture.

Raw Meatball Mix (Cig Kofte Mixture)

Knorr     150g
$1.99
Out of stock
It is so easy to make Cig Kofte dish with "Knorr All Natural Cig Kofte (Raw Meatball) Mixture" which includes everything you need. Just add some meat and paste and enjoy. No MSG or other additional preservatives added.

Meatball Mixture (2pk)

Knorr     100g.
$1.99

Meatball Mixture

Inci Baharat     100g
$2.99
If you visit Turkey, you’ll see köfte—balls of ground meat (or sometimes ground vegetables) seasoned with onion, herbs, and spices—everywhere. The recipes vary from region to region and town to town. Some köfte are made with bulgur, rice, or breadcrumbs; others are meat only, mostly lamb, but sometimes a combination of beef and lamb. They are served with flatbread, onions sprinkled with sumac, and yogurt.

Meatball Mixture (for Inegol Kofte)

Knorr     100g
$2.99
One of the renowned kofte recipes in Turkey, Inegöl kofte, was created by Mustafa Efendi, a Bulgarian immigrant to Inegöl in Bursa in the late 19th century. Just lile Tekirdag kofte, you can find Inegöl kofte all around Turkey, however you can eat the best kofte in Inegöl.

Meatball Spice Mix

Bagdat     100g
$1.99
Spice mixture for traditional kofte (Turkish style meatballs). 1 pack is good for 2 lb. ground beef.

Grill Mix

Knorr     40g.
$1.99
Exclusive Turkish spice mix for irresistible BBQs. All Natural, nothing added.

Sesame Seeds

Saray     12oz.
$3.49
Sesame seeds are consumed in a variety of ways throughout many countries. They may be eaten dry, added to soups, used as garnish on savory dishes, and used in many candies and cakes.

All Natural Turkish PineNuts (Pignolias)

Saray     4oz.
$10.99
Out of stock
Mediterranean pine nuts are the ultimate pine nut. These premium raw pine nuts grown in the wild are revered throughout the world for their taste and texture. These are the pine nuts your grandparents baked with!

Maras Red Pepper Flakes (Bulk)

Capadokia     0.25lb.
$3.99

Sumac (Bulk)

Capadokia     0.25lb.
$3.99
Sumac comes from the fruit of a bush indigenous to the Middle East. The bush is actually a member of the cashew family and the fruit is used widely in Turkey and other Arabic countries. Sumac is a main ingredient in the Middle Eastern spice blend Za'atar. Before the Romans learned of lemons, they used sumac for its sour and pleasantly astringent taste. They called it Syrian sumac. Sumac berries are picked, dried and ground into a coarse powder before being used in the cooking process. This powder is used to flavor salad dressings, meats, rice dishes and kebobs. Sumac can also be mixed with other vegetables such as onions and used as a condiment.

Urfa Red Pepper Flakes (Isot - Bulk)

Capadokia     0.25lb.
$3.99
Also known as Isot pepper, this wonderful crushed chile from the Turkish town of Urfa is similar to Aleppo. Though Urfa chiles are called “red”, they actually are purplish black in color. These premium peppers are picked and cut, dried in the sun by day, then wrapped and sweated at night for more than a week. This sweating process gives the chiles a rich, earthy flavor and smoky aroma. A sweating process gives Urfa chiles a rich, earthy flavor and smoky aroma. Urfa peppers are a 3-4 on a heat scale of 1-10. The heat develops slowly and has more bite than Aleppo crushed red peppers. Try sprinkling over salad, pasta, pilaf, pizza and more. If you enjoy Aleppo chiles we think you will love these as well.

Ground Paprika (Mild)

Saray     6oz.
$3.99

Cardamom Seeds

Saray     5oz.
$6.99
Cardamom is one of the world’s very ancient spices. It is native to the mountainous rain forests of southwestern India and Sri Lanka where it grows wild. A member of the ginger family, cardamom follows saffron and vanilla as the world’s most expensive spices. Ancient Egyptians chewed cardamom seeds as a tooth cleaner; the Greeks and Romans used it in perfumes. Vikings came upon cardamom a thousand years ago, in Constantinople, and introduced it into Scandinavia, where it continues to remain popular. This highly scented spice has a variety of typical uses, depending on the region. Cardamom has a pleasant flavor and aroma and in India it is used in tea, cool drinks, confectionaries and sweets, as well as vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. People of India consider cardamom to be a digestive aide while Scandinavians employ it as a breath freshener. Cardamom is a popular spice in Northern Africa and Eastern Africa. Cardamom flavors coffee in Saudi Arabia, baked goods in Sweden and ground meat in Norway. The Near East and Scandinavia consume half the world's cardamom. It is more widely used than cinnamon in Sweden. Cardamom coffee is a symbol of Arab hospitality. In the west cardamom essential oil is used as a food flavoring, in perfumery, and for flavoring liquor. The spice is often combined with cloves and cinnamon in all cuisines.

Powdered Cumin

Inci Baharat     250g.
$4.99
All natural cumin spice. Nothing added. No MSGs.

Basil

Saray     1.5oz.
$3.99

Ground Ginger

Bagdat     40g.
$2.49
Ginger is native to Southeast Asia and is now also cultivated in Africa, Australia and Jamaica. Ginger was introduced to Europe and the Middle East from the Orient in a dried form, which explains why many dishes call for dried ginger rather than fresh. Ginger is a rhizome (root) and grows underground as a thick, tuberous stem bearing both roots and shoots. In the Middle Ages, spices were used as currency; a pound of ginger could easily buy you a sheep. Whole ginger can be used for pickling, beverages (including ginger beer, ale and teas), teriyaki sauce and marinades. It’s important to note that fresh ginger and dried ginger shouldn’t be substituted for one another, but rather, dried whole ginger can be reconstituted. Simply soak in warm water for 1 hour, then use as you would the fresh.

Cinnamon Sticks

Saray     7oz.
$3.99
Whole cinnamon sticks are from the bark of evergreen trees. They are harvested by peeling off the tree bark, and allowing it to curl up in quills as it dries.

Sumac

Saray     5lb.
$35.00
Out of stock
Sumac comes from the fruit of a bush indigenous to the Middle East. The bush is actually a member of the cashew family and the fruit is used widely in Turkey and other Arabic countries. Sumac is a main ingredient in the Middle Eastern spice blend Za'atar. Before the Romans learned of lemons, they used sumac for its sour and pleasantly astringent taste. They called it Syrian sumac. Sumac berries are picked, dried and ground into a coarse powder before being used in the cooking process. This powder is used to flavor salad dressings, meats, rice dishes and kebobs. Sumac can also be mixed with other vegetables such as onions and used as a condiment.

Isot Black Pepper Flakes (Urfa Region)

Capadokia     5lb.
$35.00
Also known as Isot pepper, this wonderful crushed chile from the Turkish town of Urfa is similar to Aleppo. Though Urfa chiles are called “red”, they actually are purplish black in color. These premium peppers are picked and cut, dried in the sun by day, then wrapped and sweated at night for more than a week. This sweating process gives the chiles a rich, earthy flavor and smoky aroma. A sweating process gives Urfa chiles a rich, earthy flavor and smoky aroma. Urfa peppers are a 3-4 on a heat scale of 1-10. The heat develops slowly and has more bite than Aleppo crushed red peppers. Try sprinkling over salad, pasta, pilaf, pizza and more. If you enjoy Aleppo chiles we think you will love these as well.

Crushed Red Pepper (Maras Pepper)

Capadokia     5lb.
$45.00
Out of stock

Oregano

Saray     3oz.
$3.99
Village Style Oregano Flakes

Dry Mint

Saray     2oz.
$3.99

Allspice (Pigmento Powder)

Saray     7oz.
$3.99
An essential spice for the Turkish cuisine.

Allspice (Yeni Bahar)

Bagdat     40g.
$2.99
Allspice berries have a combined flavor of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, with a hint of juniper and peppercorn. Some enterprising spice companies sell a mixture of spices as allspice, so be sure to check the ingredients on the label to make sure you're getting the real thing. Allspice holds a prominent place in Caribbean and Latin savory and sweet dishes. It's also an important ingredient in many spice mixes, pickles, chutneys, vegetables, soups and, of course, desserts. Allspice is a favored component in holiday treats like mincemeat and eggnog. Allspice oleoresin is a natural mixture of resin and the oils of the myrtle berry and it's often used in making sausage. Allspice is a major component of pickling spice, which is a combination of ground allspice pimenta and a dozen other spices. Allspice used for cooking can be in powdered form or a whole berry.

Crushed Paprika Flakes (Maras Region)

Saray     6oz.
$3.99
Traditional paprika flakes from famous Maras region. Native to Southeastern Turkey the Maras chili is named after Maras a small town in this region (now known as Kahramanmaras). These chilies are naturally wet and are best known for their oily texture and moist appearance. Maras chilies are placed on large tarps where they are sun-dried, de-stemmed, seeded and ground into a crushed flake while still retaining much of their moisture. The aroma is of dried fruit, while the taste is slightly acidic with hints of deep earthy flavors. A medium hot Chile (a bit smoky and a bit sweet) come in at about a 4-6 on the heat scale and 10,000 in scoville heat unit.

Whole Sumac

Saray     8oz.
$3.99
Sumac is a dark red spice with origins in the Mediterranean region. You will agree that there is no substitute for its sour lemon taste. Also known as sumak, sumack, sumach, or summac.

Ground Sumac

Saray     8oz.
$3.99
Being famous in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries, it has unbelievable sour and distinctive taste for salads and kebabs.

Ground Cardamom Seeds

Saray     6oz.
$6.99
Cardamom is one of the world’s very ancient spices. It is native to the mountainous rain forests of southwestern India and Sri Lanka where it grows wild. A member of the ginger family, cardamom follows saffron and vanilla as the world’s most expensive spices. Ancient Egyptians chewed cardamom seeds as a tooth cleaner; the Greeks and Romans used it in perfumes. Vikings came upon cardamom a thousand years ago, in Constantinople, and introduced it into Scandinavia, where it continues to remain popular. This highly scented spice has a variety of typical uses, depending on the region. Cardamom has a pleasant flavor and aroma and in India it is used in tea, cool drinks, confectionaries and sweets, as well as vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. People of India consider cardamom to be a digestive aide while Scandinavians employ it as a breath freshener. Cardamom is a popular spice in Northern Africa and Eastern Africa. Cardamom flavors coffee in Saudi Arabia, baked goods in Sweden and ground meat in Norway. The Near East and Scandinavia consume half the world's cardamom. It is more widely used than cinnamon in Sweden. Cardamom coffee is a symbol of Arab hospitality. In the west cardamom essential oil is used as a food flavoring, in perfumery, and for flavoring liquor. The spice is often combined with cloves and cinnamon in all cuisines.

Anise Seeds

Saray     6oz.
$3.99
Out of stock
Aniseed, also called Anise (pronounced “ann-is”) is the fruit or seed from the flowering plant, Pimpinella anisum. This herbaceous, flowering annual plant is a member of the parsley family, and related to caraway, dill, cumin, and fennel. Aniseed is native to the eastern Mediterranean region and has been highly valued since ancient times. Aniseeds have a distinctive licorice-like flavor and have been used for medicinal purposes throughout history, especially as a digestive aid. The seeds are also used whole or crushed as a flavoring in various foods, from baked goods and sweets to liquors such as the infamous absinthe or the Greek liqueur ouzo.

Ground Coriander (Kisnis)

Bagdat     40g
$2.49
Ground Coriander is traditional in desserts and sweet pastries as well as in curries, meat, and seafood dishes with South American, Indian, Mediterranean, and African origins. Add it to stews and marinades for a Mediterranean flavor.

Fennel Seeds (Rezene)

Saray     6oz.
$3.99
Delicious taste for fish soups, spaghetti sauces, salad dressings, fish marinates, cookies, cakes... Also can be mixed with black tea for aromatic flavor.

Fine Grated Coconut

Saray     8oz.
$3.99
Coconut, Shredded is naturally sweet. Use in baking, salads, granola, and in all your coconut cooking. Unsweetened and sulfur free and all natural.

Ground Mahleb

Basak     75g.
$5.49
Extracted from wild cherry seeds, mahlep is irresistable taste of cakes and cookies in Turkish Cusine. Besides, it is very healty.