Autumn greetings from paprikaMolnár Ltd

Autumn Greetings from PaprikaMolnár Ltd

Sender: PaprikaMolnár Ltd Dear customers, visitors and partners!   The autumn season is the busiest time for PaprikaMolnár Ltd. The fresh paprikas are continuously on the move: harvested from the fields, loaded, transported and unloaded at our courtyard, and our drying machine is working full-time day and night. Although we are working hard we don’t…

From Paprika to Paprikash. 20+ things to know about Hungarian paprika

Here’s a step-by-step process description of Hungarian paprika production. What about the process from paprika to paprikash? We looked at the process, broke it down into steps, asked Vera to draw the images for us and added our insights.  We collected about 100 things to know and short-listed 20+ for you. Learn and enjoy!

Autumn assessment: yield and grinds

PaprikaMolnár has just finished drying the freshly picked paprika fruits. The first grinds are ready and we have stocked up for winter. So it’s high time I did an assessment of this autumn’s harvest now. Every paprika year is different and there’s always something that surprises the farmer and the processor. This year the rainy…

Autumn to-dos: harvest and post-harvest ageing of paprika

Autumn is the busiest time of the agricultural year and it’s true for the red spice paprika varieties, too. Picking, post-harvest ageing and processing was always an arduous job and it is no different today. Harvest traditionally started on 8 September, the Day of the Blessed Virgin Mary and ended before frost set in or until…

Great Big Paprika Story in 3 minutes

We proudly announce PaprikaMolnár’s Paprika Museum is on TV, or rather, on Youtube! CNN’s Great Big Story production group wanted to know why Hungarians are so obsessed with paprika. So, they came to Budapest, went to Paprika Market, ate nothing but paprikash and spent a day with us in PaprikaMolnár’s museum and factory and listened to…