Paprika hot, made from peppers, is mostly used in Hungarian cooking. It is the preferred paprika in dishes such as goulash. It has a brown reddish colour much lighter than sweet paprika and is moderately hot. Due to its vibrant colour and full bodied flavour it is used in many European and Indian dishes.
Paprika is one of the world's most-used and versatile spices and comes in three variations - sweet, smoky and hot. Paprika hot, made from peppers, is mostly used in Hungarian cooking. It is the preferred paprika in dishes such as goulash. It has a brown reddish colour much lighter than sweet paprika and is moderately hot.
Paprika is rich in vitamins and offers many health benefits. It has a good source of vitamin C and antioxidants. It enhances your health and improve your skin.
100% ground Hot Paprika
How to use:
Use to add flavour and colour casseroles, white cheeses, chilli, egg dishes, marinades, rubs, salads, stews
Add into curries, sauces and stews
Combine with salt and olive oil and use as a marinade for meat, veg and seafood
Pairs well with cumin, curry powder, coriander, sumac, turmeric and fennel
Its hot heat and pungent flavour means you only need to add 1/2-1tsp at a time then taste as you go
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Other names or spelling:
Sweet Paprika, Kulonleges, Hungarian Noble Sweet, Capsicum annum
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