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Smoked Sweet Spanish Paprika - 70 gr (2.47 oz)
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From La Vera, in the Extremadura region of Spain, the best pimientos are carefully selected to produce this savory smoked paprika.

The traditional oak wood oven drying process provides just the right amount of heat and smoke to dehydrate the peppers and add subtle flavor.

This slow, careful and traditional drying method creates the unique taste, aroma and color of this exceptional paprika. Truly essential for authentic-tasting sausages and chorizos and in sauces, meat and seafood dishes.

 

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Here's a recipe with some attitude - full of intriguingly smokey, slightly sweet, seriously spicy flavor!
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Fingerling potatoes are simply the best for this dish. They have loads of flavor and actually taste like a potato - sweet and earthy. And what else is more earthy than real truffle oil? You don't have to use a lot - a little is enough to add a hint of subtle flavor that will gently permeate the entire dish. Use the good stuff - 100% natural truffle oil is less powerful than the artificially flavored kind, but the difference is amazing. Smoked Spanish Paprika adds the finishing touch with a touch of deep, rich smokiness.

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