✓ Sweet aromatic
✓ World cuisine
Laszlo, Janos and Piroska love it - paprika! Are you thinking “Hungary”? This is not surprising because the country of goulash and paprika chicken casserole has contributed significantly to its fame. But the deep bright red spice also enjoys great popularity in kitchens around the world. Paprika smells and tastes wonderfully aromatic and fruity and its use knows no bounds. However, what should be avoided is cooking it in very hot oil as it can turn bitter. The degree of spiciness is indicated on a 10-step scale on the packaging.
Paprika combines excellent with Hungarian goulash and paprika chicken dish, but also fits well with fish or egg dishes, stews and salads.
Avoid cooking in very hot oil, because this spice can become bitter.