Introduced in Spain by Columbus, Paprika is a very rich condiment in nutrients and antioxidants which have numerous benefits such as stimulating the appetite, facilitating digestion and regulating cholesterol.
The paprika from Chiquilín is the result of drying and grinding the peppers, from the grinding of ripe fruits healthy and clean of pepper C. Annum, so it will provide very special nuances of flavor and color to your kitchen, either as a condiment or as decoration for some dishes.
We have five varieties: sweet, hot, sweet smoked, hot smoked and bittersweet.
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Paprika is an ingredient which if exposed to high temperatures becomes a dark brown color and develops a bitter taste. Therefore, it is necessary to lower the temperature or remove the frying pan from the heat when the paprika is added thus maintaining its natural color and its potent flavor.
CULINARY USES OF PAPRIKA
This red powder sprinkled raw is the essential ingredient of many typical Spanish dishes such as La Rioja potatoes, Galician octopus, patatas bravas or smoked lacón.
In addition, it can be served cooked to add more flavor to sauces such as Mojo Picon, sautés and stews.