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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