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Grilled Fish With Pimentón Aioli

By The Editors

Published April 16, 2024

Pimentón is made from a red pepper similar to that used to make paprika, but it’s smoked before grinding. It can be hot (though not super hot) or mild (which is called “sweet,” though the flavor is more bitter than anything else).

Photo: Evan Sung for The New York Times
Photo: Evan Sung for The New York Times
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Whether you know it or not, you’ve probably eaten pimentón: it’s the dominant spice in chorizo. It’s also among the best examples of how appealing the addition of smoke can be. Here it goes on both the fish you’re going to grill and in the aioli you’re going to use to accompany it. The combination is outstanding.

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