Paprika, Sweet Hungarian

  • To find the highest quality spice, it sometimes as easy as tracing back its name.  Paprika is a Hungarian word.  And to this day, Hungary still cultivates the most vibrant capsicum peppers, which when dried and ground into a powder, produces a must-have spice for your kitchen for adding a touch of red, and a sweet, rich, earthy flavor.  Click on the "Recipe Ideas" tab to find out more.

    If you would like to learn more about paprika, explore our article "Spices Unearthed: Paprika"
  • Try mixing in our Sweet Hungarian Paprika to create a Balsamic Vinegar Dressing for a Strawberry-Spinach Bruschetta.  Or add a dash of the spice into a Tomato-Spinach Frittata.  

    Click on the images below for these recipes and more using Paprika:

    Strawberry-Spinach Bruschetta recipe with hungarian paprikaTomato spinach frittata recipe with Hungarian paprika by SeasonWithSpice.comrecipes with hungarian paprika
  • Our Sweet Hungarian Paprika is sold in the following glass jars:

    - Medium glass jar with silver metal lid (holds about 14 tsp)
    - Large glass jar with gold metal lid (holds about 24 tsp)

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