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Syrian Tangy Red Pepper and Nut Dip - Muhammara

Syrian Tangy Red Pepper and Nut Dip - Muhammara created by Jonathan Melendez

The classic Syrian nut dip muhammara typically contains walnuts, bread crumbs, Aleppo pepper paste and pomegranate syrup, but there are endless variations. The bright-flavored take here is adapted from a recipe by Anissa Helou's Syrian chef-friend Mohammed Antabli. Pistachios, cashews and freshly toasted pine nuts, almonds and walnuts give it a chunky texture, while onions and red bell peppers make it tangy-sweet. Recipe from Food and Wine magazine.

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30mins
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directions

  • In a small skillet, heat the vegetable oil. Add the pine nuts and almonds.
  • and cook over moderately high heat, stirring, until lightly golden, about.
  • 2 minutes. Using a slotted spoon, transfer the nuts to a plate.
  • Add the walnuts to the skillet and cook, stirring, until toasted, about 3.
  • minutes. Transfer the walnuts to a food processor and let cool completely.
  • Add the pistachios and cashews and pulse until the nuts are finely.
  • chopped. Scrape the finely chopped nuts into a medium bowl.
  • Add the bell peppers and onion to the food processor and pulse until.
  • finely chopped. Transfer the pepper mixture to a fine-mesh sieve and press.
  • to extract as much liquid as possible. Add the mixture to the chopped.
  • nuts. Stir in the pine nuts, almonds, bread crumbs and olive oil. Season.
  • with salt and cayenne and serve.
  • Serve With Warm pita.
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"The classic Syrian nut dip muhammara typically contains walnuts, bread crumbs, Aleppo pepper paste and pomegranate syrup, but there are endless variations. The bright-flavored take here is adapted from a recipe by Anissa Helou's Syrian chef-friend Mohammed Antabli. Pistachios, cashews and freshly toasted pine nuts, almonds and walnuts give it a chunky texture, while onions and red bell peppers make it tangy-sweet. Recipe from Food and Wine magazine."
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  1. Jonathan Melendez
    I love dips like this that have texture, and aren't just smooth. This has a nice bite to it and is perfect with some warm pita wedges on the side for garnish.
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  2. Jonathan Melendez
    Syrian Tangy Red Pepper and Nut Dip - Muhammara Created by Jonathan Melendez
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  3. Jonathan Melendez
    Syrian Tangy Red Pepper and Nut Dip - Muhammara Created by Jonathan Melendez
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    Syrian Tangy Red Pepper and Nut Dip - Muhammara Created by Jonathan Melendez
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  5. Sharon123
    The classic Syrian nut dip muhammara typically contains walnuts, bread crumbs, Aleppo pepper paste and pomegranate syrup, but there are endless variations. The bright-flavored take here is adapted from a recipe by Anissa Helou's Syrian chef-friend Mohammed Antabli. Pistachios, cashews and freshly toasted pine nuts, almonds and walnuts give it a chunky texture, while onions and red bell peppers make it tangy-sweet. Recipe from Food and Wine magazine.
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