Typically we find smoked paprika in Spanish sausage (chorizo) and in Romesco sauces. It's also a key ingredient in sofrito (a base used in may Spanish dishes). Here in the U.S. we find smoked paprika in barbecue sauses and as a base in chili powders. As a stand alone, it is an excellent chile powder to use with beans, in beef and lamb stews, in casseroles, and with chicken. Smoked Paprika is added to meat loaf, vegetables, rice, homemade sauces, soups, salad dressings, egg dishes and with other nightshade family members, especially potatoes and tomatoes. It pairs well with allspice, caraway, cardamom, garlic, ginger, oregano, parsley, pepper, rosemary, saffron, thyme and turmeric. You will find smoked paprika in Hungry Gene's Salt Free Black Bean Burger Seasoning and Salt Free Blackened Creole Seasoning.
- 1 oz
Organic Capsicum Annuum.