Substitute for Paprika?

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Paprika is a red powder spice. It can be substituted by a number of spices. These include Cayenne pepper, chilli Powder and Tomatoes. It enhances the colour of dishes and but does little to their taste.
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1. Use Spanish pimenton paprika powder to flavor or color the food you are cooking. Use the same amount of Spanish powder the recipe calls for as you would do if you were using Hungarian
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The paprika is primarily used as a garnish in deviled eggs. As long as you have the other ingredients, omitting the paprika won't substantially affect the final product other than
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