Aleppo pepper, also called Halaby pepper, is named for the city in Syria along the Silk Road trade route. It's crushed red pepper's less hot, but more interesting cousin. It's a little fruity and has a hint of cumin, so it can complement foods while adding a little kick of heat. Use it on pastas, popcorn, or potatoes; sprinkle a bit on deviled eggs; it's even good on pizza; or just substitute it in when recipes call for crushed red pepper.
Aleppo Pepper (Flaked)