LA DALIA Smoked Pimenton de la Vera D.O. Hot 370 g.

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Brand:
LA DALIA
Origin:
SPAIN EXTREMADURA
Size:
13.05 Oz.( drained weight)
$9.50

Price per Each

$18.98

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Milled with a blend of several different types of Spanish peppers, this intensely smoky paprika is rust red in color and nothing like the bland grocery store paprika many of us are accustomed to buying.

Don't let the "hot" in its name scare you away! Spanish cuisine doesn't assault you with spice like some Mexican or Latin American dishes do. This deeply flavored, smoky paprika is mildly spicy but by no means overwhelming.

La Dalia is the original and best brand of Pimentón de La Vera, and they still use stone mills to create the finest, most flavorful smoked paprika in Spain.
The peppers used to produce La Dalia Pimentón de la Vera are hand-harvested each year in early autumn. Just after harvesting, the peppers are sent to wooden smokehouses filled with the smoke of encina oak wood fires. For 15 days, the peppers are dried in this intense smoke. Once dried, La Dalia grinds the peppers on traditional granite millstones - resulting in a silky, rust-red paprika that is both deeply flavored and smoky.


This product is available in two versions, hot and sweet, being the hot slightly warmer than the sweet version. We also have different sizes of each version.
The taste is comparable to smoked paprika but in a special spanish way, which you cannot explain in words. The spices gaves every spanish dish the absolutely perfect, intensic and authentic not of the spanish cuisine. The taste is comparable to smoked paprika but in a special spanish way, which you cannot explain in words. The spices gaves every spanish dish the absolutely perfect, intensic and authentic not of the spanish cuisine. This one taste smoky and mildly hot in a pleasant way.
With a tangy, piquant flavor, Pimentón de La Vera Picante, or hot smoked paprika, is the paprika to choose when you're looking for a lightly spicy option for barbecued meats, roasted potatoes and a wide variety of other Spanish dishes including paella.
hot paprika