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Dried Mint

Basak     150g.
$6.99
Mint, or 'nane' (NAH'- neh), is used fresh and dried in many salad recipes as well as with meat, poultry, and fish. It's also an important ingredient in 'Ezogelin' (ez-oh-gel-EEN') soup and popular as a garnish to sprinkle on 'mant?' (mahn-TUH'), a classic Turkish dumpling similar to miniature ravioli.

Hot Scaled Red Pepper (Maras)

Basak     400g.
$7.99
Maras chiles, pronounced "mah-RAHSH", are native to Southeastern Turkey and the chile was originally named after Maras, a small town in the region (now known as Kahramanmaras), located in the south-central region of Turkey near the Syrian border. While Middle Eastern cuisine continues to gain in popularity in the US, Turkish cuisine remains at worse relatively unknown and at best under appreciated. Also known as Maras pepper, Maras biberi (may also be spelled biber) or Turkish red pepper. Alternative spelling is Marash. The words “biberi” and "biber” means chile pepper. It is locally known as Kahramanmaraş Aci Biberi. Maras chiles are typically only found crushed and unlike most of chile flakes you may be most familiar with, are not completely dry. But if you’re searching for authentic Turkish flavor you’ll absolutely love our Maras Pepper. Like its close chile cousins Urfa Biber (another Turkish grown chile) and Aleppo chile peppers (from pre-war torn Syria), Maras biber is known for its rich, complex and oily texture.

Thyme (Kekik)

Basak     150g.
$6.99
Thyme is a highly aromatic Mediterranean herb that performs especially well in somewhat dry, sunny conditions. It holds its flavor in cooking and blends well with other flavors of its native region, such as garlic, olive oil, and tomatoes. It gives delicious taste to grilled meat and poultry.

Antep Hot Pepper Flakes (Ipek)

Oncu     200g
$4.99
Word famous Antep pepper flakes. You get the best aroma and taste as well as the silky texture.

Sesame Seeds

Arifoglu     250g.
$4.99
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.

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.

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.
$2.99
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.

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.

Brown Bulgur for Meatball (Thin Bulgur)

Saray     2lb.
$1.99
It is a very valuable and nutritious semi-finished foodstuff that only composes of water and wheat and that is obtained by cleaning, boiling, drying the wheat and grinding it in different kinds of mills after removing its peel and classifying it according to grain sizes. Grain group is an important and economical carbohydrate source that is located at the bottom of the nutrition pyramid. Cracked wheat is a valuable foodstuff that belongs to the grain group. In order to understand the cracked wheat well, its main raw material wheat should firstly be understood. Wheat composes of 3 sections, which are core, bran and endosperm. Most of the nutritional components are found in the core and bran sections. Endosperm is the section that gives energy with its starch and small amount of protein. The core and bran of the wheat contain minerals such as zinc, magnesium and chrome; diet sediment, some phenols, phytates and selenium as well as all B vitamins except B12. The difference of bulgur Generally in products made of wheat, micronutrients in core and bran sections are separated during wheat processing and the only section that reaches to us is the one that gives energy just like white bread. However, bulgur can exactly be defined as full grain because wheat is not grinded during the bulgur production and a product, in which protein, vitamin, mineral, and diet sediment amount is higher, is obtained. Furthermore, bulgur can be considered as healthier among similar foodstuff, as its glycemic index is lower than macaroni and rice. Briefly, bulgur is a very valuable foodstuff that is rich in terms of sediment and fibers, has low carbohydrate values and high protein values. Benefits of bulgur Containing very high amount of fibers, bulgur is very important for intestinal activities. Furthermore, cracked wheat has a significant role in weight control, as it has a filling feature. According to World Health Organization, our daily fiber need is around 25-30 gr. We can easily cover this need by having one serving of bulgur. B1 vitamins it contains play a significant role in strengthening our nervous and digestive systems. Moreover, this vitamin should regularly be consumed in order to prevent beriberi disease. Additionally, bulgur is extremely necessary to improve the intelligence level of the babies of pregnant women, as it also contains folic acid. Bulgur makes you feel full for a long time and is a product that can be used in diets for its glycemic index is low and it slowly flows into blood. It is also recommended for diabetic patients. Moreover, it offers a variety, as it can be used in many meals such as salads, hot and cold meals.

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.

Premium Red Lentils

Saray     2lb.
$3.99

Sumac

Saray     5lb.
$45.00
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.

Green Lentils

Saray     2lb.
$3.49

Isot Black Pepper Flakes (Urfa Region)

Capadokia     5lb.
$45.00
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)

Saray     5lb.
$45.00
Maras chiles, pronounced "mah-RAHSH", are native to Southeastern Turkey and the chile was originally named after Maras, a small town in the region (now known as Kahramanmaras), located in the south-central region of Turkey near the Syrian border. While Middle Eastern cuisine continues to gain in popularity in the US, Turkish cuisine remains at worse relatively unknown and at best under appreciated. Also known as Maras pepper, Maras biberi (may also be spelled biber) or Turkish red pepper. Alternative spelling is Marash. The words “biberi” and "biber” means chile pepper. It is locally known as Kahramanmaraş Aci Biberi. Maras chiles are typically only found crushed and unlike most of chile flakes you may be most familiar with, are not completely dry. But if you’re searching for authentic Turkish flavor you’ll absolutely love our Maras Pepper. Like its close chile cousins Urfa Biber (another Turkish grown chile) and Aleppo chile peppers (from pre-war torn Syria), Maras biber is known for its rich, complex and oily texture.

Maras Red Pepper Flakes

Arifoglu     175g.
$6.99
This chile flakes from southeast Turkey has garnered quite a following in recent years among chefs. The flakes are naturally oily and lend an earthy fruitiness to whatever dish they encounter. The heat level is medium. These chiles are similar to the Aleppo from Syria but with more heat and less tartness. Add the flakes to salads, cheeses, pasta, grilled meats, eggs, soups and stews.

Maras Red Pepper Flakes

Arifoglu     1kg.
$14.99
This chile flakes from southeast Turkey has garnered quite a following in recent years among chefs. The flakes are naturally oily and lend an earthy fruitiness to whatever dish they encounter. The heat level is medium. These chiles are similar to the Aleppo from Syria but with more heat and less tartness. Add the flakes to salads, cheeses, pasta, grilled meats, eggs, soups and stews.

Oregano

Saray     3oz.
$3.99
Out of stock
Village Style Oregano Flakes

Premium Chickpeas

Saray     2lb.
$3.99

Dry Mint

Saray     2oz.
$3.99

Home-made Noodles (Sacakli Eriste)

Sanal     400g
$2.49
Produced from durum wheat.

Turkish Ravioli (Manti)

Sanal     500g
$2.99
Out of stock
World famous Turkish Manti comes with soy protein.

Turkish Ravioli w/ Soy (Manti)

Gazioglu     500g
$2.99
World famous Turkish Manti comes with soy protein.

Village Style Noodles (Koy Eristesi)

Gazioglucler     350g.
$3.49
Produced from durum wheat.

White Kidney Beans (Horoz Fasulye)

Saray     2lb.
$4.99

Allspice (Pigmento Powder)

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

Allspice (Yeni Bahar)

Arifoglu     170g.
$6.99
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.

Lentil Soup

Knorr     70g.
$1.49
Out of stock
Soup is very common and traditional for Turkish cuisine. Knorr always renews it's portfolio to catch the traditional taste with an experience that more tan 170 years.

Premium Orzo (Arpa Sehriye)

Cheshni     2lb.
$3.49
An essential for most traditional Mediterranean recipes.

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.

Farfalline (Fiyonk)

Bizim     500g.
$1.49

Tarhana Soup

Knorr     70g.
$1.49
Soup is very common and traditional for Turkish cuisine. Knorr always renews it's portfolio to catch the traditional taste with an experience that more tan 170 years.

Bavetine Corti (Eriste)

Bizim     500g.
$1.49
Produced from durum wheat semolina.