Seafood Paella

  • Nisreenakkawi Posted: 09/21/10
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    It was a perfect meal. Everyone loved it! I only have one comment about it, there is no place in the recipe that mentions salt. So for future reference I would add a bit of salt to perfect the taste. P.S instead of clam juice, i used chicken stock, and instead of white wine, i used sherry wine, and it turned out to be perfect. I cant wait to do it again.

  • kvandyke1 Posted: 10/29/11
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    What a great paella recipe! I have tried some in the past but this was outstanding. I did exactly what the recipe called for and even added lobster to the line-up and it was simply delightful. Our guests loved it! I will definitely make it again! Well done!

  • ScottScherick Posted: 02/20/12
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    This is a great recipe. It was my first time attempting paella and it turned out awesome. I substituted tilapia for monk-fish and it was still great. This did not require too long to cook and would be a great main course for a dinner party. good stuff!

  • JessieGeorges Posted: 09/05/12
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    I used 6 oz of swordfish, 1/2 lb shrimp, 1/2 lb scallops, some sliced calamari & a handful of mussels. The end result was delicious, but it took a lot longer to cook and needed a lot more hot liquid than called for. Not sure if it was because I was using actual paella rice from Spain, but I kept having to add hot liquid and it took a lot longer than expected. It also needed salt. I would make it again, but not before trying another recipe.

  • espycm Posted: 05/05/12
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    It was not the best paella. The canned tomatoes and the lemon that is added to the rice takes away the true flavor of the paella. Next time I make it this two ingredients will be taken off. I will add the lemon to the end though.

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