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Old 09-16-2015, 12:54 PM   #11
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Like Beth, when we visited Hungary I bought pouches of both hot and sweet paprika from a vendor. The cloth pouches had a cute drawing of a girl in costume and had a little wooden spoon inside. They made great gifts for my cooking friends and I kept several for myself. I was on a mission for making the best Goulash and Chicken Paprikash, and I have a recipe posted here for the Chicken Paprikash that's very good. I like a combination of two parts sweet and one part hot.
Now I've run out of the paprika I brought there and I think it was superior to what I now have to use. Just be sure to buy authentic Hungarian paprika Larry.
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Old 09-20-2015, 11:29 AM   #12
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I saw a program on TV a couple of years ago which was about a Hungarian paprika maker. They made 4 different pepper blends, ranging from sweet to very hot. I don't remember the manufacturer's name or much else except the four distinct blends.
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Which Paprika for a Hungarian Goulash 'like', recipe?? When younger, my grandmother (whose parents were from Hungary). would make Hungarian Goulash. She always served it over egg noodles, and with a pickle on the side ( usually Ba-tampte). She wasn't the greatest cook, but this recipe she nailed. She has since passed away, with no written records of her recipe. Being that she has a Hungarian Background, I assume she used Hungarian Paprika in her recipe. I went to the Penzy's web page and there were at least 2 Hungarian Paprika's listed ( Half sharp , and sweet(. Any clue which would be more appropriate for such a recipe, or is just a matter of taste? Just curious Since Im vegetarian now, I won't try and recreate her recipe ( especially cause I remember most of the flavor was from the meat itself), But I may try to whip up something with a similar taste profile, so i was just curious as to the Paprika she may have used. Thanks, larry [url]https://www.penzeys.com/search/#?q=paprika[/url] PS: IF there is another link to other, more appropriate, options, feel free to point me in the right direction 3 stars 1 reviews
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