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Old 03-06-2008, 08:23 PM posted to alt.food.mexican-cooking
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Default Looking for Good Paella Recipes.

I posted some spanish food programs a while ago in a.b.m.cooking.
The chef in one of the episodes investigates classic Paella and
discovers to her surprise that:

a. you do not prepare it in the kitchen but traditionally in the
garage
and more importantly
b. absolutely no seafood (fish or otherwise) is allowed.

That I did not know.



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Default Looking for Good Paella Recipes.

On Jun 3, 12:23�pm, TexasBBQLover wrote:

a. you do not prepare it in the kitchen but traditionally in the
garage


Whether it's made in the garage or in the patio is insignificant. You
can take any large flat pan and put it over a wood fire or gas flame
outdoors.

and more importantly
b. absolutely no seafood (fish or otherwise) is allowed.


Bullshit. Get real. Pour some olive oil in the hot pan. Throw whatever
kind of meat, poultry or seafood you like in the pan and brown it.
Then add water and rice and steam it all together.

The Mexican version of paella is called "discada", and it's cooked on
an old cultivator disk that's sitting on a tripod over a wood fire.

Discada may have any kind of meat or fowl, or it may contain sausages
or spam, and be flavored with any kind of canned or bottled sauce you
can imagine.

If discada doesn't have any seafood or fish in it, its only because
it's being made by cooks who don't happen to have any sea food or
fish.


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