Paprika is derived from the larger varieties of the sweet pepper family, which were imported to Europe from the Americas. It became popular throughout Hungary, and is probably recognised as being created there, though there is no firm evidence. Though the Hungarians do hold the spice in high regard, having 6 main types, ranging in temperature, these include exquisite delicate, Delicate, Noble Sweet, Semi-Sweet, Rose, and Hot. The Spanish produce a range of paprika, though they would prefer it called Pimenton rather than paprika.

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