Definition of Paprica
1. paprika [n -S] - See also: paprika
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paprica
Literary usage of Paprica
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Hostess of To-day by Linda Hull Larned (1899)
"A: Roe from large shad, plunge into boiling water an instant, drain and cover with 2 tbsps. butter, \ tsp. each salt and paprica, 1 c. stock ; B : 3 ..."
2. The Rocky Mountain Cook Book: For High Altitude Cooking by Caroline Trask Norton (1918)
"1 tablespoonful of mustard paprica. 1 cup of cream. Mix seasonings with lemon juice ... teaspoonful of paprica. % teaspoonful of salt. % cup of chili sauce. ..."
3. The Century Cook Book by Mary Ronald (1895)
"Season with salt and paprica or a dash of cayenne. Cook, stirring all the time until the sauce is creamy; then pour it over the fish. Serve with croutons. ..."
4. Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-dish Dainties: With Thirty-two Illustrations by Janet McKenzie Hill (1899)
"a teaspoonful of paprica. 2 tablespoonfuls of vinegar. Yolks of 3 eggs. ... Mix together the mustard, salt and paprica, and add the yolks of eggs ..."
5. The Rumford Complete Cookbook by Lily Haxworth Wallace, Rumford Chemical Works (1908)
"X teaspoon paprica or white pepper. Break the yolk of the egg into a dry, cold bowl and ... teaspoon paprica or y$ teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon mixed mustard, ..."
6. New Salads for Dinners, Luncheons, Suppers and Receptions: With a Group of by Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer (1897)
"Sprinkle over a half teaspoonful of paprica, a tea- spoonful of salt and a tablespoonful of lemon juice. Mix, add a cup of mayonnaise and serve at once, ..."
7. Unknown Hungary by Victor Tissot (1881)
"The innkeeper placed upon the table a saucepan full of pieces of beef cut up, and seasoned with onions and paprica}—an ample banquet, round which gathered ..."
8. "Aunt Babette's" Cook Book: Foreign and Domestic Receipts for the Household by Bertha F. Kramer (1889)
"paprica (HUNGARIAN HASH). Take about two pounds of round or flank steak, ... Salt to taste and add a scant half teaspoonful of paprica (this is an imported ..."