Wednesday, May 30, 2007

#359 - Speciality

'Szentes paprika' a.k.a. white paprika is a special mild sweet paprika. It's mainly for stuffed paprika, which is a speciality of Hungary. They're also good as pickle, stuffed with white or red cabbage. Anyone tried that before? Personally, I prefer them raw in sandwiches because of the appetising aroma....this is making me hungry!

11 comments:

Dsole said...

I haven't take breakfast yet!! aaah!!

Mandi said...

Me too!! Great photo the veg looks nice and fresh. Interesting write up too.

Bergson said...

Very good photograph which makes known to us a speciality.

Nathalie said...

Mmmm, would love to try!
Your photo is beautiful!

Olivier said...

je ne connais pas, mais cela donne envie. en sandwiches pourquoi pas !


I do not know, but that gives desire. in sandwiches why not!

RamblingRound said...

I'm familiar with red paprika, but the mild kind sounds good. Now, I'm hungry! It is time for breakfast here.

TeamSplashi said...

Yes, we have same food.
One part of Team Slapshi is from Bosna i Hercegovina.
Cheers

Beetle said...

We have also here and for us it's more identic to the Turkey's kitchen...I like it when filled with chopped meat and baked in the oven

Abraham Lincoln said...

I don't think I have ever seen this before. It is new to me but I have heard of it and my wife uses it.

photowannabe said...

White Paprika is new to me. It sounds wonderful. I would like to try a sandwich please.
Love this picture with all the veggies.

Kris said...

heheh..i think this is known all over central and easter europe :)

Photowanabe,
i'll post up a photo of sandwich soon !!

Abraham,
would be interesting to know what your wife uses it for?

Thanks all for stopping by!

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