Hot paprika is derived from ground capsicum and can easily be found in many Spanish, Hungarian, Portuguese and Middle Eastern dishes due to its unique spicy flavour and strong red colouring. It is the perfect addition to a number of soups and stews, rice dishes such as paella and is used to flavour an array of delicious meat dishes. It also adds great flavours when incorporated into a number of beautiful seasonings, and is often used as a replacement to ground pepper in many traditional dishes.
Hot paprika not only adds delicious flavours and gorgeous colouring to a number of meals but also upholds high amounts of vitamin E which has been said to improve the body’s blood flow and reduce the risk of blood clots….WOW!
If you can handle the heat, what do you like to make with hot paprika?