[GOURMET] Sweet paprika whole

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Sweet Paprika

Scientific name: Capsicum Anuum

Paprika was discovered with the discovery of America and is known as peppers. The pepper is grown in March-April and is harvested in September-October. The growth process is about 4 months and the picking takes about 3 weeks. 

It is recommended to dry the peppers on natural nets or drying surfaces in the hot Israeli sun, until the peppers are completely dry and break when touched. It takes about two weeks. After drying, the paprika is sorted into Class A and Type B according to its size, color and shape, and only after the drying of the sting (the green part) is it dried and can be easily cut without affecting the integrity of the paprika. Without the sting after careful sorting, the consumer can not control it, and the peppers grew in South America, with Mexico leading. There are different types of sweet peppers, chili, chili and more. 

Culinary Uses: The  whole sweet paprika produces: Sweet Hungarian paprika is the most common and frequently used, it is suitable for almost all foods. A sweet Moroccan paprika with a deep color and a very dominant taste, it is a version that combines sunflower oil. The Paprika is made from Morocco and is suitable for dishes that want to emphasize their smoky taste, and the paprika adds color and flavor to every recipe - dishes, meat, soups, cheeses 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 colors, especially in the cosmetics industry and in the meat and sausage industries. They are known as anti-oxidants. The value of the peppers 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 paprika day provide the desired level of vitamin C as a family What!

How to use: there is a complete or add paprika powder to taste and recipe.