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Paella Valencia

Vibs's picture
This Paella Valencia recipe is a complete meal in itself. The healthy and easy to make dish is any seafood lover’s dream come true. If you are tired of the usual recipes, try out something new with this paella Valencia recipe. This culinary adventure sure promises to be a mouth watering delight.
Ingredients
  Shallots 25 Gram
  Chopped garlic 10 Gram
  Diced tomatoes 50 Gram (blanched)
  Green pea 30 Gram (fresh)
  Soaked raw rice 100 Gram (arborio)
  Prawns 3 , cleaned (with head)
  Cut in ring squids 2
  Mussels 4 , cleaned
  Fish cube 25 Gram (small)
  Fish stock 250 Milliliter
  Olive oil 1 Tablespoon
  Salt To Taste
  Crushed black pepper To Taste
  Mixed herb 25 Gram (fresh)
  Saffron 1⁄4 Teaspoon, soaked
Directions

-Heat paella pan and add olive oil
-Sauté shallots and garlic
-Add tomatoes and season
-Add soaked rice and sauté
-Add fish stock slowly and cook till 60 % doneness
-Add saffron water
-Add seafood tuck in seafood as you are garnishing the dish
-Sprinkle herbs and finish in oven covered with al -foil

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
Continental
Course: 
Main Dish
Taste: 
Savory
Feel: 
Juicy
Method: 
Steamed
Ingredient: 
Rice, Seafood
Interest: 
Healthy
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Cook Time: 
25 Minutes
Ready In: 
35 Minutes
Servings: 
4

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4 Comments

aisa62379's picture
my favorite food :D
Wendy's picture
I saw the recipe for Paella Valencia in the Daily Express yesterday (14 March) and thought I would re-check the recipe here. It says the recipe is for 4 people and amongst the sea food ingredients it says to cut up squid into rings and add 4 mussells but only 3 prawns - seems a bit odd to me - does one guest have to do without a prawn then :-)
kevin.ashton's picture
Hi Vibs, I saw this same recipe in the online Express but with today's date Sunday 8th May, 2011. If this is your recipe Vibs why didn't ifoodTV make sure you got a byline in the paper? Did they ask or seek your permission to use it? ifoodTV have given a recipe of mine to the Scottish Sunday Express without my knowledge or permission. Kevin Ashton chefkevin1@hotmail.com
Vibs's picture
Hey Kevin, Yes, I had given my permission to ifood.tv to share my recipes with the Express Newspaper. You should check with the ifood team re: your recipe. I know they were very careful about getting permission so my guess is that it must have been a mistake.