Posts Tagged ‘spanish paella’
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More news about Miss Lopez TV pilot! Viva sharing the feelgood news! And today Spanish Paella!
This is FEELGOOD WOMANHOOD too Amigos!
Hello! Today I am happy, my mother did a paella for the big Spanish lunch! I love it! For sure one of my favourites dishes…Spanish paella with chicken and shrimps!This is my cooking tip of the day, Check it out!
- Serves: 8
- Difficulty: Easy
- Preparation time: 75 minutes
- 1/2 cup (4 fl. oz) of olive oil
- 4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts, cut into small pieces
- 1 can (about 10 oz) condensed onion soup
- 1 can (about 10 oz) condensed tomato soup
- 3 cups (24 fl oz) water
- 5 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
- 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme
- 2 cups (16 oz) rice
- 32 oz uncooked shrimp, peeled and deveined
- 1 large green bell pepper, cut into strips
- 1 large red bell pepper, cut into strips
- 1/4 teaspoon saffron
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 (6 oz) roasted sweet red bell pepper, in strips
- 18 (6 oz) mild green canned chiles
- 1 cup (8 oz) stuffed olives, slicedAnd here comes the preparation:
Add the onion and tomato soups, water, garlic, oregano, turmeric, thyme, salt, and pepper and cook, covered for 15 minutes.
Mix in the rice, shrimp, bell peppers, roasted red bell peppers, and olives and cook, covered, for 25 minutes or until the liquid has been absorbed, the shrimp are cooked, and the chicken and rice are tender. Uncover, allow the paella to cool, and serve.
Easier than you think! Try and feelgood!
Viva la paella!
Hasta la vista!!!
Miss López at Josefina and having paella in Stockholm, Sweden waiting for Miss Miranda this Wednesday.
Hola amigos! Me MISS LÒPEZ! Now more than 100.000.000 searchs on Google I just saw for Miss Lopez. Well, well it´s really late at night but after having so much paella tonight I can not sleep! Thanks to my friend Norberto, that imports “delicatesser ” from Spain to Sweden at ESMIA, for cooking a paella to Miss Lopez & friends! It was really delicious and I must say he really can make paella as he does paella too for 500 people for the Spanish Embassy/ Tour Spain at Kungsträdgården every single year! Nice! Here me close to this Spanish paella…Tasty!!
Well, Miss Lopez in Stockholm or should I say, Estocolmo as we call it in Spanish that sounds almost like “esto es el colmo” that means something like “this is the last drop”… Fun with jokes sometimes, don´t you think so? See I am from Spain but I really love Stockholm! And from here I am still waiting for Miss Miranda to come this Wednesday so she will be at The Hub “Estocolmo” with us at the Time Management event with Kristian Borglund. I hope she´ll help me with the sangria as she is is so good at many things. I think it´s great Miss Miranda has been invited as Miss Lopez´s blogger in A Coruña, Galicia, Spain. It feels like this is a small world. Miss Lopez everywhere! I love it!
Today I feel I have had a great day with friends, and a business meeting too at Malmen Söder, so spontaneous by the way! I think the best things in life happen many times when you less expected without plan as we say in Spain. So relaxed! Be cool! (in the good way) So here in the pictures you see me before I got my paella at Josefina bar that really looks like being in IBIZA! Viva Ibiza and dancing on the floor with I.Lo Miss Lopez! Nice this Thursday I´ll be back again.
Less time left to meet Miss Miranda and Feelgood! Viva el amor!
Another happy day in my hometown A Coruña, Spain.
Miss Miranda enjoying her break writing for you!
Today I spent all the morning at home, getting the lunch ready for my friends! I love having people at home all the time. Maybe it’s one of my Latin feelings, but I enjoy so much being in good company! And even more if we’re talking about my girls
After seing my last paella here at Miss Lopez, they wanted me to cook one for them. So I went to the supermarket (a Spanish one again!!) and bought all the things that I needed for the recipe. They really liked, but after it we had a perfect dessert to put the end to our meal,made by my friend Paula, in the picture with me. Viva cooking for friends and Feelgood Womahood!
After lunch we all went together to look for a costume for “Carnavales” the most famous costumes party here. Actually we didn’t find anything interesting so we decided to go to Ikea to get a look and eat a hot dog… We put something Swedish in our day
Furthermore I asked them to go to the cinema to watch the new movie “Secuestrados” from the Galician Vaca productions, so they couldn’t refuse the invitation! I really liked the movie and from the technical point of view is completely brilliant! I really recommend it By the way, talking about movies, get free tickets if you live in Sweden here. Cogratulations!
I was wearing body from Zara, blazer from Sfera(another outfit for it!)floral skirt form Forever 21, cat tights from Wolford and boots from Scorett.
By the way, good food is good for you. Check it out!
Hi everyody!. I do love paella. It is Spain national dish togeher with tortila though it is difficult to find a real good one at the restaurants most of the time.
Here I share with you ‘little secrets’ when you prepare apaella:
- The container must be very basic and shallow for the rice and other ingredients. To make a paella for four or six people is ideal a container 40 inches in diameter.
- When you first use the pan to prevent the metallic taste
- Estimated 100 grams of rice and 1 / 4 liter broth over for diner.
- The rice should not be washed and has to lie on the container when the broth is boiling. Once cast, distribute, provided with wooden spoon, and set fire to restore slower boil. You do not stir the rice.
- Keep the heat for the first eight minutes and then lower it gradually. After 15 minutes proves the point.Remove from heat when still somewhat resistant to chewing.
- If the broth is consumed and the grains are not yet up his point, cover the container with a damp cloth and hold for five minutes while resting outside the fire (allowed to stand five minutes.)
- Always used natural saffron, to be roasted.
- It’s not ideal, but you can reheat it over low heat in large skillet and nonstick and turning with a wooden fork.
- With the remains can make soup, put them into molds or serving as an appetizer spoons plain ware (like Chinese).
- When cleaning the pan spread with flour to absorb moisture and prevent rusting.
These are just some tips and I hope you enjoy it!. Contact me if you have any question.
Feelgood with a spanish paella