In addition to the noble sweet variety, hot paprika powder is one of the most famous spices worldwide. The difference to the sweet variety? Depending on whether the seeds and ribs of the paprika are ground during processing, completely different levels of taste and pungency are produced. In the case of the hot variety, many seeds and numerous ribs are ground as well, because the concentration of pungency substances is highest here. The powder is lighter in color than the milder paprika variants and refines chili con carne, paprika schnitzel, rice dishes, but also strong cheese or potatoes and heats up the dishes properly.
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