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Allspice (Yeni Bahar)

Basak     75g.
$4.99
It is an essential for Turkish cuisine. It is widely used for "Dolma" and "Kofte"...

Citric Acid (Lemon Salt)

Basak     150g.
$4.99
Citric acid is found naturally in several fruits and berries, and is commonly added to many foods and beverages as a preservative or for flavor. It has a tart taste, and is also known as lemon salt or sour salt. Additionally, some of our customers use citric acid to clean dishwashers and dishes, or to make fizzy bath bombs (fun!).

Cloves (Karanfil)

Basak     14g.
$3.99
Cloves are a spice made from the flower buds of an evergreen tree called, appropriately enough, the clove tree. Clove flower buds are harvested in their immature state, and then dried. Cloves can be used whole or ground, and they have a very strong, pungent flavor and aroma. Whole cloves are shaped like a small, reddish brown spike, usually around one centimeter in length, with a bulbous top. Cloves are used to flavor sauces, soups and rice dishes, notably a number of traditional Indian dishes.

Corn Flour

Basak     400g
$3.99
For all kinds of frying (fish. chicken, meat etc.), pies and bread-making. Enjoy Arifoglu's premium products.

Currants for Stuffing

Basak     95g.
$4.99
Here is a must-have item for traditional dish "Dolma or Sarma"

Dried Mint

Basak     30g.
$4.99

Dried Mint

Basak     150g.
$13.99
Mints are aromatic, almost exclusively perennial, rarely annual, herbs. They have wide-spreading underground and overground stolons and erect, square, branched stems.

Ground Cumin

Basak     75g.
$4.99

Hot Scaled Red Pepper (Maras)

Basak     400g.
$13.99
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.

Maras Red Pepper Flakes

Basak     65g.
$4.99

Meatball Mixture (for Inegol Kofte)

Basak     100g
$2.99
Out of stock
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.

Nigella Seeds (Corek Otu)

Basak     90g.
$4.99
Nigella seeds, sometimes called black cumin, is a spicy seed used to sprinkle on top many pastries, rolls and other baked goods such as breakfast 'poğaça (poh-AH'-cha). Each seed has a unique, bitter flavor and their pitch-black color looks lovely on top of just about anything. Black cumin is most often sprinkled on pastries, savories and layered cheese pies made with yufka or phyllo.

Oregano Flakes

Basak     30g.
$4.99

Sesame Seeds

Basak     100g
$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.

Sumac

Basak     500g
$13.99
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.

Sumac

Basak     75g.
$4.99
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.

Thyme (Kekik)

Basak     150g.
$13.99
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.

Turkish Pine Nuts (Cam Fistigi)

Basak     20g.
$5.49
Essential for traditional Turkish dish "Dolma" 100% Turkish Pinenuts

Urfa Red Pepper Flakes (Isot)

Basak     70g.
$4.99
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.