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PAPRIKA

PAPRIKA

Paprika is a fine powder ground from certain varieties of Capsicum annuum which vary in size and shape. They may be small and round (Spain and Morocco) or pointed and cone shaped (Hungary and California). They are larger and milder than chilli peppers. Paprika is produces from peppers ripened to redness, sometimes called ‘pimento’, the same as used to stuff olives. The powder can vary in colour from bright red to rusty brown.

The Spanish grades of pimentón are dolce (sweet), agridulce (semi sweet) and picante (hot). It is also graded for quality, depending on the proportion of flesh to seeds and pith.

Spanish Paprika (Pimentón) is available in three versions, mild (Pimentón Dulce), moderately spicy (Pimentón Agridulce), and very spicy (Pimentón Picante.) Some Spanish paprika, including Pimentón de la Vera has a distinct smokey flavor and aroma as it is dried by smoking, typically using oak wood.


Preparation and Storage
Paprika deteriorates quickly, so it should be purchased in small quantities and kept in airtight containers away from sunlight.

Culinary Uses
Paprika is intimately associated with Hungarian cuisine especially paprikash and goulash. Many spiced sausages incorporate it, including the Spanish chorizos. Paprika is often used as a garnish, spinkled on eggs, hors d’ouvres and salads for colour. It spices and colours cheeses and cheese spreads, and is used in marinades and smoked foods. It can be incorporated in the flour dusting for chicken and other meats. Many Spanish, Portuguese and Turkish recipes use paprika for soups, stews, casseroles and vegetables. In
India
paprika is sometimes used in tandoori chicken, to give the characteristic red colour. Paprika is an emulsifier, temporarily bonding with oil and vinegar to make a smooth mixture for a salad dressing.



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Hot Papprika - 900 g PET

Hot Papprika - 900 g PET

  HOT PAPRIKA With a tangy, piquant flavor, Pimentón de La Vera Picante, or hot smoked paprika, is the paprika to choose when you're looking for a lightly spicy option for barbecued meats, roasted...


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Smoked Paprika - 75 g

Smoked Paprika - 75 g

SMOKED PAPRIKA Spanish smoked paprika is a popular ingredient in several popular Mediterranean recipes. The smoky flavour is a result of slowly drying the peppers over an oak burning fire for 10-15...


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Smoked Sweett & Sour Paprika 900 PET

Smoked Sweett & Sour Paprika 900 PET

SMOKED PAPRIKA Spanish smoked paprika is a popular ingredient in several popular Mediterranean recipes. The smoky flavour is a result of slowly drying the peppers over an oak burning fire for 10-15...


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Sweet Papprika - 900 g PET

Sweet Papprika - 900 g PET

SWEET PAPRIKA Pimentón de La Vera, or smoked paprika, is a rust red colored spice used in countless Spanish recipes. Mildly sweet with a unique and intense smoky flavor, it is made from freshly...


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