Famous dishes around the world: Paella (Spain/Valencia)

Paella is a Valencian rice dish. Many people consider this dish to be a traditional one from Spain, but locals consider it just something specific to Valencia.

It is however a dish that is relatively easy to make – so let’s see the recipe. I first saw the recipe on a fridge magnet received last summer from a friend of mine :).

As I was searching on the Internet for a recipe with a video – so it would be easy for you to find out how it’s made – I found several recipes, including some promoted as Spanish Paella (not Valencian). So check out this videos!

Did you eat/made paella? What do you think of this dish? Share your opinions – I’m curious šŸ˜‰

Valencian paella recipe

Paella – Cooking The Original Recipe

Cheap and Easy Chicken and Seafood Paella Recipe (Without Saffron)

Paella de marisco (seafood paella) recipe

Spanish Paella Recipe (not Valencian!)

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