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  • What can I substitute for smoked paprika?

  • Cayenne pepper could also work as a picante smoked paprika substitute and for the other hotter varieties of paprika. How to substitute: Start with or teaspoon of cayenne pepper for one teaspoon of paprika, until your desired flavor and heat level is reached. 3. Chili Powder

  • Can I substitute cayenne pepper for Paprika?

  • Cayenne pepper could also work as a picante smoked paprika substitute and for the other hotter varieties of paprika. How to substitute: Start with or teaspoon of cayenne pepper for one teaspoon of paprika, until your desired flavor and heat level is reached.

  • Can you substitute paprika for chili powder?

  • Chili powder offers the same mild heat which is perfect substitution for paprika. However, the earthly flavors from garlic powder and cumin will still linger causing a defined difference in the flavor. You should consider the recipe and dish in question before substituting paprika with chili powder.

  • Can I use Aleppo pepper instead of paprika?

  • Aleppo pepper is usually not easy to locate in your typical spice shops so you should start shopping online early enough if you plan to use it in your recipe. Ancho, chili powder, cayenne pepper and Aleppo pepper powder are the four top substitutes for mild, hot and smoky paprika respectively.