Paprika

What are the different types of paprika? What is American paprika? How about Hungarian paprika? There’s more to this brilliant red pepper than you might realize. For most of us, it gives a nostalgic hug when its cheery red powder dapples the tops of deviled eggs, stirred into the breading for fried chicken, or baked mac & cheese. Whatever kind of paprika you choose, it’s always warm and cozy, the kind of spice that signals “home”. This solid, minimal-to-low heat pepper brings its dependably earthy presence to rubs and sauces. Sweet paprika will help round out acidic flavors and boost the overall savor of a dish. Choose smoky paprika to add even more pungent depth to your food.

Aji Paprika Chiles
Aji Paprika Chiles
Aji Paprika Chile (pronounced AH-hee pa-PREE-ka), Capsicum annuum, is a mild chile that’s also called red pepper, chile paprika, or paprika peppers.
American Sweet Paprika
American Sweet Paprika
Gentle and sweet with a tiny sliver of bitterness that runs along its edge, our Domestic Sweet Paprika, with its brilliant scarlet color, only looks fiery.
Hungarian Sweet Paprika
Hungarian Sweet Paprika
Our Hungarian Sweet Paprika has the biodynamics of the Hungarian growing season to thank for its brilliant scarlet color and gentle, lingering sweetness.
La Vera Smoked Hot Paprika
La Vera Smoked Hot Paprika
Much like our large selection of cinnamon, we carry a diverse collection of paprika.
La Vera Smoked Sweet Paprika
La Vera Smoked Sweet Paprika
There is a region of Spain called La Vera which is known for its highly sought after paprika. This paprika is described as some of the most flavorful from anywhere in the world.
Organic California Paprika
Organic California Paprika
Paprika is ground into a fine powder from various cultivars of Pimento Chile Peppers, or Capsicum annuum.
Sweet Smoked Paprika
Sweet Smoked Paprika
Smoked Paprika (pronounced "puh·pree·kuh"), Capsicum annuum, is also referred to as Spanish smoked paprika, sweet smoked paprika, or best-smoked paprika.
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