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Is paprika doux vegan?

Paprika doux is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is paprika doux?

Paprika doux, also known as sweet paprika, is a popular spice derived from dried and ground mild red peppers. It is a common ingredient in Mediterranean and Eastern European cuisines, adding a distinct flavor and vibrant color to dishes. Paprika doux has a slightly sweet, fruity taste with a subtle smokiness and a mild heat level, making it a versatile seasoning for a range of recipes. It is often used to flavor meats, stews, soups, and sauces, and can also be used to garnish and add a pop of color to dishes like deviled eggs or hummus. With its unique flavor and versatility, paprika doux is a must-have spice in any home cook's pantry.

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