History and Tradition of Paella
The "Paella" was born in Valencia, located in Spain's east coastline. Its recipe consists of rice, saffron, garlic, Spanish paprika, chicken, seafood, etc., with lemon wedges to accentuate the flavor. The Paella traditionally is cooked over a burning fire using a large shallow pan known in Spanish as "paellera". It is served in a family style round table with the pan in the center and usually eaten straight from the pan. Each guest began eating from the perimeter of the Paella towards the center.
Redefining Paella Style
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