Ingredients: Paprika is a mild, powdered seasoning made from sweet red peppers (capsicum). Seeds are removed from the mature fruit, and the flesh is dried and ground to prepare the dry condiment commonly referred to as paprika. The word comes from the Hungarian "paprika", which comes from the Latin "piper", for "pepper." Paprika (pimentón in Spain, colorau in Portugal) is principally used to season and colour rices, stews, and soups, such as goulash.
Paprika powder is bright red and slightly pungent. It is most popular in Hungary and adjacent countries, incl. Croatia, Serbia, & Turkey. In Spain, Germany, Hungary and Portugal it is also used in the preparation of sausages along with other spices.