Paprika is one of the most popular spices used across various cuisines due to its flavour and colour. It is made by grounding chilli peppers, bell peppers and other dried peppers coming from the Capsicum Annum family. This spice originated from West Indies and South America and is majorly manufactured in Hungary, Spain, South America and California. The colour of the spice can vary from deep red to orange red, and is commonly sprinkled on dishes like goulash, pizzas, stir-fries, etc.
Ground Paprika (Capsicum Annuum)
Product of Spain