Does traditional paella have chorizo

Receta de paella de marisco y chorizo

La paella (/paɪˈɛlə/,[1] /pɑːˈeɪjə/,[2] py-EL-ə, pah-AY-yə, valenciano: [paˈeʎa], español: [paˈeʝa]) es un plato de arroz originario de Valencia. Aunque los no españoles lo consideran comúnmente como el plato nacional de España,[cita requerida] los españoles lo consideran casi unánimemente como un plato de la región valenciana. Los valencianos, por su parte, consideran la paella como uno de sus símbolos de identidad[3][4] Es uno de los platos más conocidos de la cocina española.

El nombre del plato proviene de la sartén tradicional, ancha y poco profunda, que se utiliza para cocinar el plato al fuego, siendo paella la palabra que designa a la sartén en la lengua regional valenciana. Como plato, puede tener raíces antiguas, pero en su forma moderna se remonta a mediados del siglo XIX, en la zona rural que rodea la laguna de la Albufera, adyacente a la ciudad de Valencia, en la costa mediterránea de España[5].

La paella valenciana es la paella tradicional de la región de Valencia, que se cree que es la receta original,[6] y consiste en arroz de grano redondo,[7] bajoqueta y tavella (variedades de judías verdes), conejo, pollo, a veces pato, y garrofó (una variedad de judía de lima o de mantequilla), cocinados en aceite de oliva y caldo de pollo.[8][9] El plato se condimenta a veces con ramas enteras de romero. Tradicionalmente, el color amarillo proviene del azafrán, pero se puede utilizar cúrcuma y caléndula como sustitutos. Los corazones y tallos de alcachofa pueden utilizarse como ingredientes de temporada. La mayoría de los cocineros de paella utilizan arroz bomba, pero los valencianos suelen utilizar un cultivar conocido como senia[10].

  Paella de chorizo arguiñano

Paella with parboiled rice

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Chorizo and shrimp paella

Fortunately, the Albufera is the land of rice and its character as a coastal lagoon made it rich in flora and fauna, providing a diversity of seasonal products to feed Valencian families. A perfect blend of convenience and flavor that, little by little, was consolidated as the emblematic dish of the region and that, thanks to the quality of the raw material and the particular method of preparation, has gained the worldwide fame that today precedes it.

  Paella espagnole chorizo

Nowadays, Valencians give the name paella to their most traditional preparation, the Valencian paella, which is based on sautéed rice with rabbit, chicken, bachoqueta (flat green bean) and garrofó. From there, depending on the region or the season, other ingredients can be added, such as vaquetes (snails), duck, eel or artichoke, for example.

Black rice is one of the great favorites of those who enjoy a good dry sea rice. Its preparation starts with a fish fumet that is added to fine pieces of sautéed fish and seafood, especially cuttlefish, squid and prawns, together with the squid’s natural ink.

Traditional Spanish Paella

Warning, warning, achtung: the reader is warned that in this article you will find references to paella with chorizo, squid and shrimp. Without saffron and without garrofon, nor a sad piece of rabbit: yes, with lots of prawns. Before starting with the fainting, insults and threats, it should be made clear that this is Filipino paella. Undoubtedly with origin in the Valencian dish, but nowadays it has nothing to do with the star rice of our gastronomy.

Filipino desserts are not particularly sweet, and this case is no exception. The buko -coco- is crumbled and mixed with pandan leaves, a tropical plant that is widely used as a condiment in Southeast Asian countries. And now comes the wig-blowing, because the smell it gives off, while it may be reminiscent of vanilla, also closely resembles that of freshly baked bread or popcorn. Blame it on a compound called 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline, one of the compounds that are generated when we brown a food, as Maillard reactions take place. To the coconut and pandan leaves we add only three more ingredients: gelatin, cream and condensed milk. It is topped in some places with vanilla ice cream and served very cold, so that we can catch pieces of gelatin.

  Paella au chorizo
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