From the USA. The most famous traditional dish using this spice is Hungarian goulash. On the Scoville heat scale, paprika is only a step or two ahead of bell peppers, although the heat varies significantly on type, soil and water conditions. While paprika tends not to add much heat, it does yield a rich, complex flavor in dishes and colorful flavor accent when sprinkled on deviled eggs, potato salad, dips and spreads.
250 to 900 Scoville heat units