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Whole stones; the seeds are inside
Whole stones; the seeds are inside
Mahleb kernels in a manual grinder
Mahleb kernels in a manual grinder

Mahleb or Mahalepi is an aromatic spice made from the seeds of a species of cherry, Prunus mahaleb (the Mahaleb or St Lucie cherry). The cherry stones are cracked to extract the seed kernel, which is about 5 mm diameter, soft and chewy on extraction. The seed kernel is ground to a powder before use. Its flavour is similar to a combination of bitter almond and cherry,[1] and similar also to marzipan.[2]

Mahleb is used in small quantities to sharpen sweet foods and cakes,[2] and is used in production of tresse cheese.

It has been used for centuries in the Middle East and the surrounding areas as a flavoring for baked goods. Recipes calling for the fruit or seed of the “ḫalub” date back to ancient Sumer.[3] In recent decades, it has been slowly entering mainstream cookbooks in English.[4]

In Greek cuisine, mahlep is sometimes added to different types of holiday tsoureki breads, including Christmas bread, the New Year's vasilopita and the braided Easter bread called cheoreg in Armenian and paskalya çöreği in Turkish.[5]

In Turkey, it is used in poğaça scones and other pastries. In the Arabic Middle East, it is used in ma'amoul scones. In Egypt, powdered mahlab is made into a paste with honey, sesame seeds and nuts, eaten as a dessert or a snack with bread.

In English, mahleb is sometimes spelled mahalab, mahlep, mahaleb, etc.

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  1. ^ Levitt, Barbara, ed. (November 2008), Edible: An Illustrated Guide to the World's Food Plants, National Geographic Society, p. 294, ISBN 978-1-4262-0372-5, Preview, p. 294, at Google Books
  2. ^ a b Reuter, Christoph (2016-01-13). "Mini-Republics: A Syrian Village Seeks to Survive amid Carnage". Der Spiegel. Retrieved 2016-03-08.
  3. ^ Gadotti, A. (2014). Gilgamesh, Enkidu, and the Netherworld and the Sumerian Gilgamesh Cycle. De Gruyter. ISBN 161451545X.
  4. ^ MacMillan, Norma, ed. (October 2010), The Illustrated Cook's Book of Ingredients (1st American ed.), Dorling Kindersley, p. 354, ISBN 978-0-7566-6730-6
  5. ^ The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets. Oxford University Press. 2015-04-01. ISBN 978-0-19-931362-4.
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