These are the Paprika types that have some heat. When I use the word hot it means has heat. Not hot like other hot peppers. The heat will range from barely detectable to above a hot jalapeno. The one type that does have a good kick to it is the Targu Mures from Transylvania. These peppers range from Eastern Europe to Western Russia and some are found as far south as Turkey. Some of the Hot Paprika peppers are large enough to stuff like the Alma Paprika but most are dried to make powders for cooking in traditional dishes.
Find out about the Bacskai Feher. They fall under the capsicum-annum family. The Bacskai Feher peppers are a richly flavored sweet Paprika type from Hungary that is extremely productive.
Find out about the Leutschauer Paprika pepper. They fall under the capsicum-annum family. The Leutschauer Paprika was brought to Matufred, Hungary in the early 1800’s where it is popular today.