Used in dishes with chickpeas, spinach, potatoes, stews and beans. Try using it on beef, chicken, pork, fish, vegetables, potatoes, in chili powder or barbecue rubs.
Beans: Stir 2 tsp. into 2 cups warm black or pinto beans before serving.
Gazpacho: Use up to 1 Tbsp. per pound tomatoes in your favo
Mac & Cheese Topping: Mix 1 1/2 tsp. with 1 cup bread crumbs and 2 Tbsp. melted butter.
Smoked Spanish Sweet Paprika Q&A
What is sweet paprika?
Sweet paprika comes from Spanish sweet red peppers that are dried and ground into a fine paprika powder.
What is smoked paprika?
Smoked paprika is when dehydrated red peppers are smoked over an oak-burning fire to impart its smoky flavor.
What does smoked paprika taste like?
Smoked paprika tastes sweet and smoky, with that classic paprika flavor & subtle bittersweet notes
What is the difference between smoked paprika and regular paprika?
Smoked paprika has undergone a smoking process to develop its smoky flavor, while regular paprika is just the ground dried peppers.