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I just love the hot paprika. I find myself substituting it for other hot spices like cayenne in recipes. Recently, I made some bean soup with it and also added it to my jerky recipe. I'll be sad when it is all gone.

Axe-u-lee, you can usually find Hungarian paprika in the larger supermarkets in the U.S. It turns out that much of the hot Hungarian paprika is made from cayenne peppers grown in Hungary, FWIW.

C.J.V. - think I still gots some “Pride of SZEGED” brand hot Hungarian paprika in da freezer, me
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