Seafood paella

Seafood paella
Seafood paella
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total time
40 min
total time
40 min
  • 2 large paella rice vessels
  • 1/4 kilo of fresh prawns
  • 1/2 kg. clams
  • 1kg. mussels
  • 2 small squid, 1 If it is large
  • 1/4 kilo approximately of bonito of the part of the neck
  • 2 medium ripe tomatoes
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • a small can of peas
  • 1 small can of red peppers
  • olive oil
  • half a teaspoon of the paprika coffee
  • Saffron or colouring.
  1. Wash and clean the mussels, also the clams, put in a pan with a large glass of water, cover put over high heat
  2. When break to a boil remove, clean squid, cut into thin strips, clean the tuna, Remove thorns, chop, Peel, cut the tomatoes, also Peel the garlic cloves left whole, wash the prawns, remove beards, heat a pan to cover the bottom with olive oil,
  3. When it starts to heat, add garlic and prawns, give a return to the prawns to remove, Book, Add tomatoes, also the squid, the beautiful, peas, take a few turns with a wooden spoon, put paprika, remove from the water, the clams and mussels, These last to remove the shell top, strain the broth, measure the broth with a glass and add to pan along with water (in total 6 large vessels)
  4. Break when boiling add rice, Saffron or colouring, the clams, mussels, the prawns, the peppers cut into strips, put to fire medium, go spinning to the paella pan by the handles for grass on all sides to leave 20 minutes and turn off, cover 10 minutes and serve.
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