This seasoning is used for Emeril's yellowfin tuna with grilled pineapple salsa, simple turkey meatloaf, chicken cordon bleu, Southern-style pan-fried catfish, corn cakes with christmas caviar, and creole-spiced fried chicken.
This classic Hungarian dish will fill you up and keep you warm on a chilly fall night. A healthy dose of paprika gives this dish its deep brick-red color. If you enjoy spicy food, try replacing half of the sweet paprika with hot Hungarian paprika.
Whip up this deeply flavored main dish, or try one of the tasty mix-and-match ideas: Fennel and Apple Meatloaf, Spicy Butternut Squash Meatloaf, or Snow Pea-Sesame Meatloaf. For a lighter version, use ground turkey in place of pork.
Sweet, smoky paprika meets the mellow richness of roasted garlic in these perfectly spiced birds. Roasting the chickens at a lower temperature than most achieves a crisp skin without burning the paprika.