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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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That night we were having tokany, a sour-cream-based stew made of slab bacon, flank steak, pork, veal, sausage, and spiced with caraway and paprika.
Paprika (capsicum annuum), our topic, can be approached from various angles.
Belated," he added through the wafting aroma of the paprikas.
Recommendable dishes: I like the robust cabbage soup sporting a scattering of sliced Hungarian smoky sausages, Hortobagy's fresh vinegary cucumber salad (included with all entrees), the paprikas dishes (both mushroom and chicken) and the premises-baked seven-layer cake.
rinsed and chopped 1 tablespoon hot Hungarian paprika 2 teaspoons cornstarch 8 ounces sour cream
Recommended items: Soup, udon noodles in ponzu, baby bluefin tuna dumplings, applewood-smoked chicken spring roll, grilled salmon with cilantro mashed potatoes, chicken paprikas, New York steak frites, breast of duck with cranberry mashed potatoes.
Spanish paprikas are available at specialty markets and from Spanish Table (www.
Today his menu still has paprikas and gulyas (better known as paprikash and goulash) as well as stuffed cabbage, Wiener schnitzel and his well-known wooden platter of meats and vegetables for twosomes.
Hungarian cooks use a rich aromatic version in goulash, paprikas csirke (paprika chicken), and other traditional dishes.
In a medium bowl, combine lemon juice, olive oil, onion, paprikas, peppers and garlic seasoning.
I was a child of the 1980s, and that scene also first introduced me to chicken paprikash, or paprikas csirke in Hungarian.