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You might try Penzey's. I get most of my spices from them, and have been very happy. Here's what came up for their paprika https://www.penzeys.com/search/#?q=paprika
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amazon is your friend...seems to offer many choices in hot Hungarian paprika including surprisingly one from mccormick!

Teri ..cannot tolerate cayenne but may give paprika a try!!
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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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I love paprika. I get it and many of my other spices from The Spice House (https://www.thespicehouse.com). My last order had 8-ounce bags of:

* Hungarian Sweet Paprika: https://www.thespicehouse.com/products/hungarian-sweet-papri...
* Smoked Spanish Hot Paprika: https://www.thespicehouse.com/products/smoked-spanish-hot-pa...
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You might try Penzey's. I get most of my spices from them, and have been very happy. Here's what came up for their paprika https://www.penzeys.com/search/#?q=paprika
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And for PSU, there is a Penzey's outlet at Cameron Village.
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“Pride of SZEGED” brand

This was also recommended to me by a friend married to a French-Hungarian-American. I've used it for Hungarian Goulash and Chicken Paprikash. [And I'm so glad this came up, I'll make one of them again soon!]

I've never bought Hungarian hot paprika, but I'm starting to drool at the thought ;-)

I use a delicious cayenne from India in South Asian dishes, red pepper flakes for Italian, Sriracha or sliced serrano for Southeast Asian, and Shichimi Togarashi for Japanese (blend of chllies, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, orange peel, ginger, and nori).
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CHCKEN PAPRIKASH

(1) Dry and salt 6-8 skin-on chicken thighs (or breasts or mixed parts). Sear skin-side down in 1/4 cup organic ghee, then sear the other side. While it's cooking, thinly slice 4 medium-large onions and 3 red bell peppers.

(2) Remove the chicken to a bowl and saute' the onions in the chicken fat & ghee for 5-10 minutes, stirring a few times. Add bell peppers and a bunch of pressed garlic.

(3) Stir in 1/4 cup sweet paprika and ~3/4 teaspoon cayenne and cook a few minutes, then add a cup or so of good chicken bone broth.

(4) tuck in the chicken and simmer 10-15 minutes, turning the chicken halfway through.

(4) When done, stir in 1 cup organic full-fat sour cream and serve over cauliflower rice w/steamed green beans on the side.

So easy, saucy, and yummy!
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You might try Penzey's. I get most of my spices from them, and have been very happy.

I know that I can get it from Penzey's, Amazon, and probably the local international market. It's just that the current paprika came directly from a Budapest store so I know it is authentic. That doesn't mean the other stuff may not taste the same. There's just something about buying it from where it's made.

PSU
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And for PSU, there is a Penzey's outlet at Cameron Village.

Yes, I do know about it. I have not been there yet.

PSU
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(3) Stir in 1/4 cup sweet paprika and ~3/4 teaspoon cayenne and cook a few minutes, then add a cup or so of good chicken bone broth.

Here's your chance to buy some hot paprika.

PSU
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https://www.budapestbylocals.com/hungarian-paprika.html#buyi...

"To buy real good, homemade paprika powder for less, look for peasants (usually women wearing kerchiefs on their heads) selling it in plastic sachets in the markets."

Darn, I should have looked for one of the peasants. I bought mine in the Great Market Hall.

I've used it for Hungarian Goulash

Maybe you want to try this recipe.

https://www.budapestbylocals.com/hungarian-goulash.html
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There's just something about buying it from where it's made.

Time for another trip to Hungary, then? Wait--are there any Hungarian communities in the US with Old Country groceries?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._cities_with_large...
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Time for another trip to Hungary, then?

Not with Covid-19 on the loose.

PSU
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"Time for another trip to Hungary, then?"

Not with Covid-19 on the loose.


So buy it online from that website.
;-)

C.J.V.
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Maybe this is part of my wonderful memories of Chicken and Rice from school, with fat and color and flavor


CHCKEN PAPRIKASH



nag
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