Definition of 'paprika'
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Example sentences containing 'paprika'
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Add garlic and paprika and cook for another minute. The Sun (2017)Season with salt, paprika and pepper instead. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When the garlic turns golden, add the paprika and then the sherry vinegar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Put it all into a roasting tray on a medium heat with a lug of oil, the paprika, cumin and chilli flakes. The Sun (2016)Spoon bean and olive mixture on top and sprinkle with a little paprika pepper. Cooking with Beans and Pulses Add the paprika and stir to combine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or pot them in a little clarified butter with garlic and paprika. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Stir in the paprika and curry powder. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Season the salmon with paprika pepper and grill for six minutes. The Sun (2013) Add paprika and cook for a further minute. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Adding curry powder or paprika to the food seems to deter them without affecting the birds. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Add half the paprika and stir well. The Sun (2013)Finish with a big dollop of the avocado cream and a good sprinkling of bright red paprika pepper. Cooking with Beans and PulsesStir in the sweet paprika, cayenne and saffron. The Sun (2014)Stir the garlic, cumin and paprika into the softened onions. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Add the cayenne pepper and sweet smoked paprika and fry for 10 more minutes. The Sun (2014)Pop the lamb into a bowl and sprinkle over the mint, cumin and paprika. The Sun (2014)Mix the mayonnaise, remaining garlic clove and paprika together. The Sun (2015)Season with salt and smoked paprika, rubbing them all over the meat. The Sun (2016)Add the garlic and paprika and cook for 2 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Season with salt, pepper and paprika. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Pinch of sweet smoked paprika. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Blend paprika, cumin, cayenne pepper and dried sage. The Sun (2013)Add the mustard powder, paprika and salt and cook for 30 seconds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add the herbs, cumin, paprika and sugar. The Sun (2015)Leave to cool, then slice into small pieces and place in a bowl with the spring onion, cheese and smoked paprika. The Sun (2013)
Trends of 'paprika'
Used Rarely. paprika is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'paprika'
British English: paprika /ˈpæprɪkə; pæˈpriː-/ NOUN
Paprika is a red powder used for flavouring meat and other food.
- American English: paprika
- Arabic: فُلْفُلٌ مَطْحُونٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: páprica
- Chinese: 辣椒粉
- Croatian: paprika
- Czech: paprika koření
- Danish: paprika
- Dutch: paprika poeder
- European Spanish: pimentón dulce
- Finnish: paprikajauhe
- French: paprika
- German: Paprika
- Greek: πάπρικα
- Italian: paprica
- Japanese: パプリカ
- Korean: 파프리카
- Norwegian: paprika
- Polish: papryka przyprawa
- European Portuguese: paprica
- Romanian: boia de ardei
- Russian: паприка
- Spanish: pimentón dulce
- Swedish: paprikakrydda
- Thai: เครื่องเทศสีแดงอ่อนใส่อาหาร
- Turkish: kırmızı toz biber
- Ukrainian: паприка
- Vietnamese: ớt bột
Definition of paprika from the Collins English Dictionary
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