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What are some sweet paprika substitutes?

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Cooks who happen to run out of sweet paprika for a dish can substitute other spices, such as ancho chile powder or Chipotle chile powder. In these cases, the chile powders swap evenly for sweet paprika, meaning 1 teaspoon of acho chile powder substitutes evenly for 1 teaspoon of sweet paprika. Additionally, a pinch of cayenne pepper can also substitute for sweet paprika.

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What are some sweet paprika substitutes?
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Paprika is the result of drying sweet red bell peppers that are typically grown in California, Hungary, South America or Spain. Paprika adds a splash of color as a garnish for foods like cauliflower or mashed potatoes, and it also goes well with foods like chicken, fish, shellfish, lamb and rice. It has a shelf life of no longer than 6 months.

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