Regular size = 47 grams (1.66 ounces), approximately 24 tsp (½ cup), the size of a standard spice jar.
Paprika, despite being a relatively “new” spice globally, is used in an astonishing variety of cuisines and dishes. It adds a rich red color, and thickens, soups, stews, and sauces. Whichever type of paprika you use, each adds a deep complementary flavor and aroma to any blend of savory flavors, such as used for spice rubs for meat, seasoning for roasted vegetables, or used in a marinade or dressing.
Spanish paprika, also known as pimentón, is usually described as livelier or warmer in flavor than Hungarian. It has a slightly earthy, smoky quality, and is excellent as a complement to lighter vegetables, seafood, poultry, and marinades and dressings.