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  • n. Plural form of paella.


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  • My friend Ximo had brought garrafones with him from Valencia, this special beans that're used in paellas, and which are hard to find fresh here in Madrid.

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  • There are even paellas made sans rice fideos—the thinnest of noodles—and quinoa are able substitutes.

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  • What do you like to put in yours – and has anyone been brave enough to try one of Alberto Herráiz's dessert paellas?

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  • The sofrito – that aromatic mixture of gently sautéed onions, garlic and tomatoes – is a lynchpin of Spanish cookery, and of most paellas, with the exception of the Harts', which adds tomato to the stock rather than the dish itself.

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  • We ordered two different paellas and both were greasy and the flavor one-dimensional.

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  • But many of these served mushy paellas, fruity sangria and cheap food blanketed with garlic.

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  • Unlike traditional paellas, this one is just one centimeter to two centimeters thick, and made with rabbit, cut in tiny pieces, snails, Spanish rice and saffron.

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  • Although Walt put it out as a vegetarian dish, I've had great success with introducing shrimp, fish, and clams in various combinations, pulling it in line with traditional Spanish paellas.

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  • I use it on my paellas to give them that wood smoked flavor they are supposed to have.

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  • Then again the paellas I like to make are way more complex and incorporate an abundance of flavors, particularly in the broth.

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