[GOURMET] Hot Hungarian paprika

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A whole paprika that you grind with a little chili.

Culinary uses:

Strong Hungarian  paprika is  recommended  for red and spicy taste for dishes, soups and more. 

Other uses:

The red color of red peppers originates in a group of pigments called carotenoids, which have recently been used as natural food coloring, especially in the cosmetics industry and in the meat and sausage industries. They are known as antioxidants. The value of the peppers' fruit increases as the ripening process progresses: A high intake of vitamin A and vitamin C, as well as a significant amount of B vitamins. A ripe red pepper contains twice the amount of vitamin A from green peppers and 70% more vitamin C and a much larger amount of vitamin B. 2 teaspoons of paprika a day gives the desired vitamin C level to a family What!

How to use:

season and add to taste.

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