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Spanish Paprika


Paprika is the dried pod of paprika. It is prized for its mild flavor and red color. Historically, the paprika varieties grown in central Europe were more spicy, but now show a sweetness similar to Spanish Paprika. Hungarian paprika is characterized by the spicier variety. There are three types of paprika: sweet, sour and spicy and its color varies from red-orange to red blood. Paprika is one of the most popular condiments, providing color in addition to its pleasant taste of the preparations used. Ground is added to stews, chicken, turkey, stews, fish and seafood recipes, all kinds of soups and vegetables, rice recipes.