Now you can make delicious, authentic paella – one of Spain’s most popular dishes – in your own kitchen with these simple ingredients. You don’t need a paella pan for this recipe either, you can use a regular large skillet. Since it’s a one-pot dish, that means faster cooking and less cleanup! The recipe builds layers of flavors as you fry the chorizo and shrimp in the same pan.
Earlier this year, I introduced you to Fideos. He’s the delectable brother of Paella – a dish that is similar to paella but with short vermicelli-type noodles instead of rice. Now, meet the cousin of fideos
If you like paella, allow me to introduce you to her delectable brother, fideos. Haven’t heard of him? Well, he’s not quite as famous as his sister. He typically resides in Spain and only occasionally will
A Mediterranean port city tucked among the hills of Spain’s northeastern coastline, Barcelona’s corridors of winding streets speak to more than a millennium of history. Yet, with a lively culinary and bar scene, and displays of modern fashion and politically charged graffiti, the Catalonian capital’s charm comes from the vibrance of constantly juxtaposing the old […]
The first recollection I have of Arroz con Pollo (chicken and rice) was from watching reruns of the I love Lucy show. It’s the one where Lucy is trying to tell her non-English speaking mother-in-law what they are having for dinner. Lucy acts out being a chicken and does a
A Spanish tortilla, not to be confused with a Mexican tortilla, is basically a thick potato omelet more akin to a frittata than the flat pancake made of corn or wheat we usually associate with the word.
It is also incredibly versatile and easy to prepare. This may be why it is the most commonly served dish in Spain. Tortillas can be part of a