Smoked paprika

Add a smoky and savory flavor to your dishes with smoked paprika. Explore top recipes that showcase the rich and aromatic taste of this versatile spice.
How to make Homemade Smoked Paprika. Smoking your peppers will add a wonderfully deep flavor. The pepper should be smoked prior to drying. Place the peppers in your smoker and add oak chips. Smoke for 3 hours, then remove and finish drying in a dehydrator before grinding the peppers into a spice. Paprika Recipes, Paprika Pepper, Dried Peppers, Spice Mix Recipes, Roasted Tomato Soup, Pepper Spice, Homemade Condiments, Oven Canning, Homemade Spices

Homemade Smoked Paprika

How to make Homemade Smoked Paprika. Smoking your peppers will add a wonderfully deep flavor. The pepper should be smoked prior to drying. Place the peppers in your smoker and add oak chips. Smoke for 3 hours, then remove and finish drying in a dehydrator before grinding the peppers into a spice.

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Paprika vs. Smoked Paprika: What's the Difference?

The main distinction between "regular" paprika and smoked paprika is, well, the smoke. During the drying process for smoked paprika, the red peppers are dried over smoke instead of just the air. The oil present in the pepper absorbs the smoke and dries it more thoroughly than air alone, and infuses it with a deep, smoky flavor.

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