How to Explain papo d anjo to Your Mom

This recipe starts with the most common ingredient in the Spanish cuisine: paprika. The Spanish also have a long history of using it to add flavor to meats and vegetables. As I write this recipe, I am eating a bowl of paprika-infused pasta that was prepared by someone else. I have no idea where this came from, or how it got mixed in. It is a simple dish that tastes absolutely divine.

The addition of paprika to the recipe makes it even more flavorful. I mean, I wouldn’t think about it twice if I was eating out of a can of paprika, but when it comes to actual pasta it is one of those dishes that would be a lot better with a little more paprika.

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