Spanish paprika

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Spanish paprika a mild seasoning made from a variety of pimiento grown in Spain
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Usage


In news:

The bottle of sweet-smoked Spanish paprika lures shoppers with its blood-red color, but it's the heady scent of wood smoke that seals the deal.
Picture a slice of Spanish chorizo, then imagine that flavor transferred intact to a cool, cream soup — animal funk, smoked paprika and all.
If you can't find Spanish chorizo, use pepperoni (add a pinch of smoked paprika if you have it).
Pimentón de la vera, smoked Spanish paprika, is available at select gourmet markets and cooking stores.
1 tablespoon(s) smoked sweet Spanish paprika.
Eating for Life Spanish variety of paprika is a smoky hit.
Eating for Life Spanish variety of paprika is a smoky hit.
With its Spanish paprika, capers, and artichoke hearts, this potato salad will definitely liven up your next picnic.
Country Woman Magazine With its Spanish paprika, capers, and artichoke hearts, this potato salad will definitely liven up your next picnic.
Tablespoon sweet smoked Spanish paprika.
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