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- Why paprika?Paprika, be it sweet or hot, has been a cultural symbol and traditonal spice from South America to Japan for hundreds of years. The paprika-based mixes such as curry or adjika have spiced the various national cuisines all over the world up. A selection of the world cuisine’s best sweet and hot paprika recipes can also be found on Papr!kum’s website. (www.paprikum.eu).
- And what else?Papr!kum grinds not only paprika but any other kinds of dried spices like fennel or cayenne pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg or staranise giving us the chance to conjure our own spices or freshly made seasonings up.How to use?
Depending on how Papr!kum is shaken, the result is a coarse to fine ground seasoning in just 5-15 seconds. Papr!ikum can be cleaned easily: just twist it and rinse it with clean lukewarm water. Please be advised that Papr!kum is not machine-washable.
- put the dried spices into the Paprikum
- shake it
- sprinkle it
- What is it made of?
Papr!kum is made of sturdy but light high-quality aluminium with a 16-20µm anodised coating that guarantees its long-term use in the kitchen, while a stainless steelball grinds the spices to perfection.
In 2012 Paprikum has won the Hungarian Design Award in “Student” category.