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This chicken was delicious but I would highly recommend changing the ratio to 3 tsp paprika and 1 teaspoon of red pepper. I did that and it was still quite spicy. I'm also a bit confused whether I'm supposed to use cayenne or crushed red for the pepper. I used cayenne, but next time I will try crushed red. Thank you.

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Katanashrp May 22, 2011

I couldn't find aleppo peppers, so used the red pepper and paprika option. This was delicious! Perfection with the spice of the pepper and the coolness of the yogurt. This goes into my keeper file!

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breezermom February 27, 2011

We made this flavorful, easy to prepare/assemble recipe for dinner a few nights ago and really enjoyed it. I halved the recipe, which worked fine and substituted the aleppo pepper with the red pepper flakes and paprika. This had a nice flavor combination and I especially enjoyed it with the lemon wedges squeezed over the kabobs. This would be good with a side of rice or pilaf, but I served with grilled asparagus as it needed using. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny October 08, 2010

Fantastic flavor! We will certainly make this again. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT6.

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Pesto lover June 17, 2010
Turkish Chicken Kebabs With Aleppo Pepper