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Spanish Paella

Spanish Paella

Paella originated in Valencia, a region on the East coast of Spain and evolved, depending on the inspiration of cooks. Pronounced ‘pie-AY-ya’, it was originally made by agricultural laborers, who cooked the mixture of rice, vegetables and other local ingredients, in a pan over an open fire in the fields. The name “Paella” is derived from the old French word for pan, paella. It is cooked in a round, shallow pan called paellera, which ensures even heat distribution. The combination of saffron and smoked paprika gives this dish an incomparable depth of flavour.

  • Spanish Cuisine

  • Vegetarian

  • 30-35 Minutes

  • Large Frying Pan

  • Serves 2

Rs. 350.00