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Seems impossible to find a decent paella recipe that doesn’t take forever to make. Sometimes there just isn’t time to be all over it for 90 mins but you don’t want to miss out on this classic beauty. Well hello, I invented this for all of us who love great food but have a million other things to do. It’s quite free and easy, just use whatever fish or shellfish you can get; I happened to have bought some scallops, prawns and mussels from my fish man, so I used those but you can use squid, crayfish, anything that’s in season or available.
Looking for an authentic paella recipe is a task in itself, essentially it’s a peasant dish where whatever was available was thrown in; from snails to rabbit, to beans to pork. The fundament is the calasparra rice that keeps its separateness, without the ooziness of arborio rice used in risotto. This is garlicky, slightly tomatoey, slightly herby, slightly piquant rice with added random bits and bobs according to season and geography.
By the way, don’t be put off by what looks like a long list of ingredients, a lot of it is storecupboard stuff.
Nuush clients: Please apply the portion sizes stated in your account and divide the recipe so that you make only as much you need.
Heat a large glug of olive oil in a large, wide, heavy-based pan. Add the onion, garlic and chilli and fry gently for a few minutes until soft. Then add the pepper and tomato and keep gently frying for 2-3 minutes.
Add the rice and stir until it’s nicely coated and glistening. Then glug in the wine so it sizzles for a minute then add the thyme leaves, paprika, tomato purée, salt and black pepper and give it all a last stir.
Now pour in the hot stock making sure you pour it over the whole surface of the rice as there’s no stirring from now on.
Add whatever seafood you’re using and nestle it down into the rice without stirring, I added the fish pieces, scallops and mussels here – when using mussels remember to throw away any whose shells don’t open, I actually pre-cooked mine for a few mins and de-shelled them but they do look lovely with shells on, I just wanted to fly under the radar with them to get everyone to eat them!
Leave the seafood to cook in the rice for a few minutes then add the frozen peas, without stirring and continue to cook gently for another 5-10 minutes. The peas need to stay nice and green.
Meanwhile, heat a good glug of oil with some more crushed garlic in a separate pan and add the prawns. Fry quickly for a minute or two and set aside to use as a serving garnish.
When the paella is done (the rice should be al-dente) bring it to the table in its pan; arrange the prawns on top and scatter over the chopped parsley and some black pepper; serve immediately with fresh lemon quarters. The paella should have a crispy base and sides.
Eating a wide variety of shellfish should leave you feeling far from crabby! They’re packed with a diverse range of micronutrients (vitamins and minerals):
Shellfish are also a rich source of protein and hold a healthy reservoir of omega-3 fatty acid which is vital for optimal health. However, if something smells (very) fishy, you probably shouldn’t eat them.
An octopus was born to hug.
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