Paprika pulp

Paprika pulp

Paprika pulp is a paste made from paprika in tubes, which is usually found in supermarkets with tomato pulp. It consists of paprika pulp and partly tomato pulp and is seasoned with various spices, salt and aromas such as celery. Paprika pulp is available in a milder and a sharper variant. Paprika pulp is particularly suitable for Turkish, Mexican and Balkan cuisine. It can be used to season sauces of goulash and roulades.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
87 kcal
13 g
4 g
2 g

Recipes with Paprika pulp

Adana Kebap
Adana Kebap is a spicy minced meat skewer made from lamb minced, which is served on flat bread. I used a flat pita bread, as you can see in the picture above, as it gets crispier when grilling and looks more decorative. ...
Albondigas Tapas with Guacamole
Albondigas Tapas with Guacamole get a piquant spiciness from chilli. For the albondigas, first season the minced meat with pepper, salt and paprika powder. ...
California Fondue Sauce
California Fondue Sauce tastes very good with meat or poultry. For the California Fondue Sauce, first mix yoghurt, sour cream, mayonnaise, tomato paste and paprika paste with lime juice. ...
Chicken thigh with paprika cream
Chicken thigh with paprika cream For chicken thighs with paprika cream first preheat the oven to 200° C. Brush chicken thigh with 1 tablespoon oil. ...
Gyros leek soup
Gyros leek soup is very creamy and tastes slightly spicy. Clean the leek and cut into rings. ...
Hot chicken ragout
Hot chicken ragout is served with ribbon noodles. Chicken breast in small cubes cut. ...
Macaroni casserole with Mett sausage
Macaroni casserole with Mett sausage Macaroni casserole with ground beef sausage is served in a spicy tomato sauce. Cook macaroni noodles. ...
Meatballs in hot paprika sauce
Meatballs in hot paprika sauce taste very good with rice. For the meatballs knead minced meat, egg, breadcrumbs, flour and paprika pulp. ...
Meatballs with Red Lentils Salad
Meatballs with Red Lentils Salad tastes very hot due to chili oil. Cover red lentils in a pot with water. ...

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