Bittersweet Smoked Paprika

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Bittersweet Smoked Paprika by OliveNation is made from long mild-heat red peppers. They are dried in a wood-burning oven before grinding to achieve a smoky flavor. Known in Spanish cooking as agridulce paprika, our Bittersweet Smoked Paprika is moderately hot. This product is gluten-free, non-GMO, and kosher. Bittersweet Smoked Paprika is deep red-orange, which imparts beautiful color on finished dishes.
Paprika is a great ingredient to have in your kitchen because it can flavor veggies, starches, poultry, seafood, and meat. It is a traditional ingredient in iconic Central and Eastern European dishes. In Spain, patatas bravas (spicy potatoes) and gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp) are delicious tapas dishes made with paprika. The spice also gives Hungarian goulash flavor and color. You can make chorizo sausages, paella, and many other wonderful foods with our Bittersweet Paprika.
Preparation:
This paprika spice is ready to use. Add to taste. 
Storage:
Store in a cool, dry place
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Additional Information

INGREDIENTS:
Paprika
NUTRITION:
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MSDS:
-
ALLERGENSTATEMENT:
-
COA:
-
FIDS:
-
SPEC:
-
GLUTEN FREE:
Yes
KOSHER:
Yes
ORGANIC:
No
ALCOHOL FREE:
No
MADE IN USA:
Yes
PG FREE:
No
FLAVOR:
Paprika
FORM:
Powder
TYPE:
American
SUGGESTED USES:
Cooking
NON_GMO:
-
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Little known Spanish variety of paprika, but a great spice

    Posted by Jim Farwell on Mar 27th 2018

    Now off my 2-wk water fast a couple of days, so can start eating spices again (within reason). I added the agridulce paprika to soup (didn't change the flavor much, but great color, and wonderful smoky smell). I sprinkled it quite heavily on boiled eggs, and my wife put a layer of it on deviled eggs (THIS is where this spice really shines). There is no noticeable heat, just a slight bitterness, and a lovely sweet smoky flavor and aroma. I truly love this spice.

  • 5
    5

    Posted by Lauren Misel on May 9th 2017

    Love this smoked paprika - such a wonderful, multipurpose spice.

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