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paprika:

see pepperpepper,
name for the fruits of several unrelated Old and New World plants used as spices or vegetables or in medicine. Old World (True) Peppers

Black pepper (Piper nigrum
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paprika

[pə′prē·kə]
(botany)
Capsicum annuum. A type of pepper with nonpungent flesh, grown for its long red fruit from which a dried, ground condiment is prepared.

paprika

1. a mild powdered seasoning made from a sweet variety of red pepper
2. the fruit or plant from which this seasoning is obtained
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Salt, pepper, paprika, and white wine vinegar to taste
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Take the time to source some smoked paprika - it makes all the difference and, if youwant to avoid the potatoes, it goes equally well with boiled rice and a good dollop of creme fraiche or soured cream.
Q I've used paprika before but I noticed smoked paprika in a deli the other day.
Place the flour, butter, half the Cathedral City, paprika and salt and pepper into the bowl of a food processor and blend for a few seconds until the ingredients are well mixed.
In a bowl, toss shrimp with lemon juice, salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, paprika and allspice.
To serve, place a potato basket in the center of the dish and drizzle some paprika oil and apple vinegar around the dish.