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Old 12-05-2010, 10:10 PM   #1
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Smoked Paprika

I'm noticing this spice is used a lot more lately in recipes and on the Food Network in place of regular paprika. Looked around Superstore, Save-On, IGA etc. and couldn't find it.

Anyone know of any places in Richmond or Surrey that would carry smoked paprika?
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Old 12-05-2010, 10:27 PM   #2
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I use a lot of smoked paprika at work. It can be kind of strong, will sometimes use it in combination with organic spanish paprika. I'm not too sure where our suppliers get it from. But have you looked at fruiticana? They carry a lot of different spices
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Um you could try Gourmet Warehouse, but it's in vancouver
Clark and Hastings.
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Huh?? are you sure you can't find it.. cuz paprika is such a common house hold spice.. i think i bought mine from superstore... i also think they have it in bulk if you wanna go that route..

you can also check out indian food markets.. i am sure they would have it !
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2nd that, try Gourmet Warehouse
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liquid 02, from your title, I thought you actually smoked paprika
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You can get it @ Safeway or Save-on also. Believe it's a Comack (sp) spice, in the spice section.
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latin supermarket or famous foods will have it, make sure you get the right kind, theirs different ranges in heat and flavors.
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