Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Paprika Espuma
Cheese is just magical! It makes anything and everything taste scrumptious. If you think there is nothing more delicious than chicken nuggets, dip them in this Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Paprika Espuma and taste them again. We bet you will find them ten times more delicious than the one you eat without this cheesy sauce. Our recipe is so convenient that you can whip this paprika espuma within ten minutes. All you need is a blender and a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser. The ingredients used in paprika espuma are common household pantry staples. When you have the sauce at home, you can quickly assemble anything with fresh ingredients. Just throw some fish or chicken on the grill and enjoy a hearty meal for lunch. This paprika espuma is a great hit at all our parties. Kids and adults both love this dip with tortilla chips. The sautéed red pepper, along with two types of cheese, make an impeccable mixture. You can also add any herb of your choice to this espuma.
⦁ Whipped Cream Canister
⦁ Whipped Cream Charger
- Heavy cream – ¼ cup
- Salt – 1/6 teaspoon
- Pepper – ½ teaspoon
- Lemon juice – 1 teaspoon
- Cream cheese – 1 cup – full fat
- Garlic clove – 1
- Mascarpone – ¼ cup
- Red bell pepper – 1 medium
- Dice the red bell pepper.
- Sauté garlic in a pan and add the pepper.
- Pulse the cream cheese, mascarpone, pepper, and spices in a blender.
- Pour in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser through a sieve and funnel.
- Add the heavy cream and mix so that the mixture gets a creamy consistency.
- Screw one Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger, charge the dispenser, and shake well to infuse the nitrous oxide into the ingredients.
- Keep the cream whipper in the fridge for two hours before serving.
- Dispense in glass or bowl and serve with anything you want.
How can you use paprika espuma?
Paprika espuma is a versatile and convenient dip that you can use to enhance the flavor of countless foods. You can use it as a dip for;
- French fries
- Hot dog pretzels
- Grilled shrimp
- Chicken nuggets
- Macaroni or pasta
- Chicken or Fish Burger
- Baked potato
How to make smoky paprika espuma?
Our favorite Spanish smoked paprika is the key ingredient you will need to make a smoky paprika espuma. The Spanish manufacturers smoke the red bell peppers in smokehouses with Encinas oak wood fire to impart an exquisite smoky taste to the peppers. The most commonly available paprika has no smoked taste, so if you cannot find smoked paprika in supermarkets, you can buy them online.
What variations can you make in the recipe?
Feel free to play with the ingredients in a paprika espuma to suit your taste. Use smoked paprika for a burst of spice, or add some more chili pepper and flakes for a fiery sauce. If you prefer bland sauces, you should use sweet paprika and add any form of chilies or pepper.
What are the different types of paprika?
There are three main types of paprika, and the type you use has a great impact on the final taste of your recipe. You will find sweet, smoked, and hot paprika in the supermarkets.
Whenever a recipe calls for smoked or hot paprika, most people will ignore it and sprinkle the regular paprika present in their pantry. You may consider it necessary to buy three different forms of a single spice. However, it is interesting to know that different varieties make a real difference in the taste and flavor of the final product.
The regular paprika is made from grinded sweet pepper pods and has a characteristic bright red color. This color variation may range from orange-red to deep-red depending on the original color of the fresh peppers. The flavor profile may range from mild and sweet to hot and bitter.
Sweet paprika enhances the bright color in foods and serves as a garnish over a potato salad or deviled eggs to make the dish more visually appealing. It does not add any heat to your recipe.
This is the typical Hungarian paprika variety which is considered superior to sweet paprika. It adds more than just color. You can add hot paprika to several dishes such as Goulash, stew, or egg noodles.
Traditionally known as the Spanish paprika, it comes with a characteristic smoky flavor that enhances the palatability of many sauces, soups, and other countless dishes. Using regular paprika instead of smoked paprika in a recipe will make you miss the original smoky flavor intended in the end product.
Did you enjoy this tasty Paprika Espuma? Make sure to try our Nitrous Infused Avocado Espuma for the perfect chips n dip snack for the summer season.