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Ingredients: Paprika

A red powder spice with a smoky flavor made from dried, ground peppers.

Tropical Americas, including South, Central, and North America (Mexico). 

Columbus brought chili peppers to the Old World by the end of the 15th century. 

In the 16th century, the Ottoman empire introduced Hungarians to paprika. They began to produce the spice and incorporate it intensively into their cuisine.

New Oxford Book of Food Plants by John Vaughan et al. (2009)  

“What is Paprika?” The Story Behind the Spice” by Matt Bray (2019)

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