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Delicious homemade paprika spread on toast, to use under meat or in other spreads

I grow peppers every year, but fresh peppers are not very popular here. I make stewed vegetabes and the most amazing homemade spreads with it. It’s unbeatable on toast, but it’s great in sauces and I use it on pasta too. If you like spreads, definitely give this recipe a try. It’s best if you make it right away to stock up, because it’s really fantastic and a toast with this savory spread will just please everyone. Whether you’re throwing a party or getting wolf hungry and spreading it on toast for dinner!

lahodná domácí papriková pomazánka na toasty, pod maso nebo do jiných pomazánek
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Delicious homemade paprika spread

What we will need:

  • 1 kg cleaned peppers
  • 1 kg cleaned white pepper
  • 3 pcs chilli peppers
  • 4 tbsp oil
  • 1 pcs onion
  • 4 tbsp tomato paste
  • 2 tbsp salt
  • 5 pcs garlic
  • vinegar, crystal sugar to taste

How we will proceed:

1. First, remove the tops and stems of the peppers, discard the seeds, and weigh one kilogram of each type of pepper. Chop them into smaller pieces.

2. Similarly, clean the chillies, preferably wearing silicone gloves for safety.

3. Next, heat the oil in a large pot, add the chopped onions, and sauté them until they become soft.

4. Then, add the purée and bring it to a boil.

5. Add the peppers and chillies to the purée, season with salt, pour in about 100 ml of water, and simmer over low heat until the peppers are tender.

6. Use a stick blender to blend the softened peppers right in the pot, then return the pot to the heat.

7. Continue cooking until the spread reduces in volume and reaches a thicker consistency.

8. At the end, adjust the seasoning with salt and sugar to your taste, and let it simmer for an additional minute.

9. Ladle the hot spread into small jars, seal them, turn them upside down for 15 minutes, and leave them under a blanket overnight. And it’s done!”

Good taste!