¿Os provoca una paella? – Anyone Fancy a Paella?

(Tapas Magazine)

Nuestro plato favorito a la hora de comer los domingos, y bueno otros días también. El arroz viene acompañado de diferentes ingredientes, pero a nosotros nos gusta el conejo (a mi el marisco). Pero ¿Que clase de arroz cocieras en esta paella?

This is our favourite dish at dinner time on Sundays! Well it could be other days as well. The rice comes with different ingredients but we like rabbit (Although I also like seafood). But what kind of rice can you cook in this paella (the paella is the pan)?

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¿Quizá una de pollo? No me vayáis a decir que de lechuza…

Maybe one with chicken? Don’t say one with owl…

Y ¿En esta? ¿Vegana?

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Ahora, buscad una receta y a la cocina…

Now, look for a recipe and to the kitchen…

  • Las paellas las he pintado en mi atelier de Russafa, Omnia Caelum Studios Valencia y se venden. Información: (Instagram) @Guloshka
  • I painted the paellas in my Russafa estudio, Omnia Caelum Studios Valencia and they are for sale. Information: (Instagram) @Guloshka



29 Comentarios

  1. spwilcen dice:

    We here at Casa Espie don’t call our rice based concoctions «paella» but perhaps we should. It is not a mainstay but makes regular appearances on our menu – whether Boss cooks I do. Any meat will do, seafood is superb, though I cannot recall a paella with lamb. If it’s rabbit you want, come on over, the harvest is ready. You will need a large cargo container to ship your bounty back to Espana.

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    1. Paella is the pan on which the rice and other ingredients is cooked, but the dish is commonly called paella. The proper etiquette, here in Valencia, where we invented this dish, is to have the paella on the centre of the table and everyone eats from it with a spoon. You eat the triangle in front of you. I love rabbit, but seafood is my favourite. The original paella valenciana is with rabbit and with judías (jewish beans?) but there are many styles throughout Spain and among Miami Cubans over there as well. (they are all really Spaniards, hehehehe…) Thanks Espie, when our supply of rabbits dwindles I will take you up on that. I love hunting them, to eat them of course…

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  2. Your paellas are beautiful!

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    1. Thank you so much Luisa! I am honoured you liked them!

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      1. azurea20 dice:

        Qué pintaza!!!

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      2. Hola Azurea y muchas gracias! Feliz sábado.

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      3. Pleasure is all mine.❤️

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  3. pedmar10 dice:

    Great missed those paella aunt Lucia used to make in El Saler, well I was a boy but still remember. Then many more over the years all over but in France not found one good one yet….

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    1. Of course you are not going to find one good one in France, we are talking about good cooking, good food! (LOL!!!) Gracias amigo Pedro, y ojala puedas pasar un día otra vez por estos Deus lares…

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      1. pedmar10 dice:

        Good paella yes ……

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  4. Cassa Bassa dice:

    I have never tried with rabbit, I imagine it will be gamey and very tasted. I like the seafood one.

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    1. Yes, seafood is great, but rabbit is good too!

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      1. Cassa Bassa dice:

        Will look forward to trying rabbit and rice.

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      2. If it is well made it’s delicious!

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  5. Brad Osborne dice:

    I haven’t had a good paella since I left Majorca! I have only ever had it with seafood, which is the most common when you are on an island, but I can imagine it work with most proteins. Now I am hungry for it.

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    1. Yes, seafood is great in paella, but here in Valencia we prefer the original one with chicken and rabbit, as well as the greens…

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      1. Brad Osborne dice:

        It is also where I learned to appreciate a good sangria!

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  6. JMN dice:

    ¡Están bien bonitas! Sí que me apetece una paella de ésas en que le echen un poco de todo y se come escuchando el oleaje del mar. Me niego a escoger entre pescado y carne — ponme los dos cocinados en una pieza tan vistosa como pintas. Buen provecho.

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    1. Así diría yo también! Me gusta con lo que le pongan, especialmente si es frente al mar. Haces bien, que aproveche y muchas gracias! Un saludo de España.

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  7. equipsblog dice:

    Love paella and your gorgeous pans. I was wondering what they were.

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    1. The paella is the pan…thank you Pat!

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      1. equipsblog dice:

        Thanks for the clarifcation.

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