Syrian Pepper

This spice blend is frequently used in Syrian and Armenian dishes. This recipe is derived from my grandmother-in-law's Armenian Orthodox church. The original made just over a pound of spice blend, which is far too much, so I've scaled it down by a quarter.

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  • Grind the allspice, pepper, and cloves in a food processor, coffee grinder or blender.
  • Add the cinnamon and nutmeg and pulse briefly to combine.
  • Store in a covered container.
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"This spice blend is frequently used in Syrian and Armenian dishes. This recipe is derived from my grandmother-in-law's Armenian Orthodox church. The original made just over a pound of spice blend, which is far too much, so I've scaled it down by a quarter."
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  1. Abby Falck
    This spice blend is frequently used in Syrian and Armenian dishes. This recipe is derived from my grandmother-in-law's Armenian Orthodox church. The original made just over a pound of spice blend, which is far too much, so I've scaled it down by a quarter.
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