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Paprika


A mild chile powder made from sweet, dried, ground chile peppers. Most famous is Hungarian paprika where it is used for soups and stews and the traditional goulash. Paprika is also produced in Spain and in the U.S. In addition to the sweet version you can get hotter varieties including a hot smoked paprika.
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Substitute for paprika

Per tablespoon substitute mild chile powder such as ancho powder, chipotle powder (smoky flavor) or a pinch of cayenne

Equivalents

1 oz.   =   4 tbsp.

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