The Paprika (sweet) Pepper

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Paprika (sweet) Pepper
Paprika (sweet) Pepper
Paprika (sweet) Pepper
Paprika (sweet) Pepper
Paprika (sweet) Pepper
Paprika (sweet) Pepper
Paprika (sweet) Pepper
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Pepper NamePaprika (sweet) Pepper
Pepper Cultivar Currently Unknown
Scoville N/A
Wikipedia SummaryPaprika (American English more commonly (listen), British English more commonly is a spice made from dried and ground red peppers. It is traditionally made from Capsicum annuum varietals in the Longum group, which also includes chili peppers, but the peppers used for paprika tend to be milder and have thinner flesh. In many languages, but not English, the word paprika also refers to the plant and the fruit from which the spice is made, as well as to peppers in the Grossum group (e.g. bell peppers).:\u200a5,\u200a73\u200aThe peppers used in making paprika originate from North America, in particular Central Mexico, where they have been cultivated for centuries. It is available in different grades: Noble sweet (Édesnemes) – slightly pungent (the most commonly exported paprika; bright red) Special quality (különleges) – the mildest (very sweet with a deep bright red color) Delicate (csípősmentes csemege) – a mild paprika with a rich flavor (color from light to dark red) Exquisite delicate (csemegepaprika) – similar to delicate, but more pungent Pungent exquisite delicate (csípős csemege, pikáns) – an even more pungent version of delicate Rose (rózsa) – with a strong aroma and mild pungency (pale red in color) Semi-sweet (félédes) – a blend of mild and pungent paprikas; medium pungency Strong (erős) – the hottest paprika (light brown in color) It is principally used to season and color rices, stews, and soups, such as goulash, and in the preparation of sausages such as Spanish chorizo, mixed with meats and other spices.
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