Paella

Paella

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A traditional Spanish rice dish that has become famous all over the world. The ingredients, apart from rice flavoured with olive oil, onion, garlic and saffron, vary from region to region, and even from family to family. Paella from coastal regions usually contains seafood, poultry and a spicy Spanish sausage such as chorizo. Paella from inland Spain often contains meat, chicken, sausage and vegetables. Paella takes its name from the utensil in which it is cooked – a large two-handled, heavy frying pan – but it can be cooked successfully in any frying pan large enough to take all the ingredients. Use calasparra or arborio rice for preference. Paella makes an excellent buffet dish, and only a salad and dessert or cheese are needed to complete the meal.

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