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Smoked Paprika Syrup

Smoked Paprika Syrup created by Kathy228

I first discovered smoked paprika on a trip to New York back in 2000. My cousin put it in some spaghetti sauce and I was hooked. Thanks to canarygirl and Sackville Girl here at Zaar I was able to get a supply in to my kitchen. This recipe takes the amazing flavors one step further. The stuff is amazing on potato latkes!

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  • Combine all ingredients in a non-aluminum saucepan.
  • Slowly bring the mixture to the boil.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Pour into a non-aluminum container and bring to room temperature.
  • Strain the syrup through a mesh strainer and refrigerate.
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"I first discovered smoked paprika on a trip to New York back in 2000. My cousin put it in some spaghetti sauce and I was hooked. Thanks to canarygirl and Sackville Girl here at Zaar I was able to get a supply in to my kitchen. This recipe takes the amazing flavors one step further. The stuff is amazing on potato latkes!"
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  1. Kathy228
    Smoked Paprika Syrup Created by Kathy228
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  2. Kathy228
    This unusual syrup is sweet and smokey. It probably is best used with dishes that have a liquid base like spaghetti sauce or soup; instead of sprinkling on fish or meat. I made bean soup and used 3-tbsp in the pot. It rounded out the flavor and added slight smoke and (not too much) sweetness. If used in the appropriate recipe, this is a marvelous ingredient. The recipe makes a lot! Thanks Mirj. I like this recipe's uniqueness.
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  3. Mirj2338
    I first discovered smoked paprika on a trip to New York back in 2000. My cousin put it in some spaghetti sauce and I was hooked. Thanks to canarygirl and Sackville Girl here at Zaar I was able to get a supply in to my kitchen. This recipe takes the amazing flavors one step further. The stuff is amazing on potato latkes!
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