If you don’t like spicy heat, use sweet pimentón instead.
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absolutely wonderful. made exactly as written and replaced the green bean casserole at thanksgiving!
This was a huge hit! I had onion (not shallot), regular sliced almonds (not marcona) and sweet pimenton (not hot) on hand, but the results were impressive. I added extra salt to make up for the lack of marconas. Definitely will make again. The sweet caramelized onions (or shallots) were a revelation!
Just great! Didn't have almonds so used pine nuts, which was just fine. Also just used regular paprika...worked fine.
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