Paella in a Can? If You Have the Proper Pan.


A brand new paella equipment made in Spain has hit the cabinets at Despaña Model Meals, a retail and wholesale supply for Spanish meals. It consists of a can of sufficient seasoned seafood broth with some bits of seafood to serve three or 4 with exactly measured rice. The right paella pan, at 34 centimeters (13 ½ inches), is $20; a skillet that measurement can be utilized. The equipment is from an organization affiliated with the chef Rafa Margós, in Valencia; he prepares the broth components historically over a wooden fireplace. With the step-by-step directions and a pinch of salt you get a advantageous, although easy, pan of paella rice. (A vegetarian model with a wealthy vegetal broth can also be accessible.) Tuck your individual additions — shrimp, diced piquillo peppers, artichoke hearts — into the rice because it cooks to boost issues. Should you can’t use a wood-fired grill, then a fuel and even electrical range will do.

El Paeller, $39 for seafood, $38 for vegetarian, Despaña Model Meals, 408 Broome Road (Lafayette Road), 212-219-5050; 86-17 Northern Boulevard (87th Road), Jackson Heights, Queens, 718-721-0341,

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