Cooks who happen to run out of sweet paprika for a dish can substitute other spices, such as ancho chile powder or Chipotle chile powder. In these cases, the chile powders swap evenly for sweet paprika, meaning 1 teaspoo... More »

Acceptable substitutes for paprika include mild chili powders or a small amount of cayenne pepper powder. Cayenne pepper is traditionally much hotter than paprika, so only a pinch should be used if cayenne pepper is the ... More »

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Most paprika sold on the commercial market comes from California in the U.S. and from Hungary, South America and Spain. Paprika is made by grinding dried sweet red or chili peppers into a red powder that is used for seas... More »

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Acceptable substitutes for paprika include mild chili powders or a small amount of cayenne pepper powder. Cayenne pepper is traditionally much hotter than paprika, so only a pinch should be used if cayenne pepper is the ... More »

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Possible substitutes for paprika include cayenne pepper or chili powder. Paprika is a mild spice, and substitutions of hotter peppers should be used in reduced quantities. More »

Some good substitutes for chili powder include paprika, crushed red pepper flakes, cayenne powder and chipotle powder. Some people also use hot sauce as a substitute. More »

Several spices, including ginger and saffron, are acceptable substitutes for turmeric. Commonly used in Indian food, turmeric is widely available. However, other spices are more likely available in a basic kitchen spice ... More »