a Spanish dish prepared by simmering together chicken, seafood, rice, vegetables, and saffron and other seasonings.
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How to use paella in a sentence
The Basque Market, which sells Basque ingredients and wine, also serves expertly made pintxos, as well as big pans of paella on the patio every Wednesday and Friday at noon.
Recent dinners have included homemade risotto and paella, plus takeout crispy Lao naem khao and simple jasmine under mounds of Thai curries and stir-fries.This veggie jollof recipe with Ghanaian roots is a great way to appreciate the West African staple | Becky Krystal | September 2, 2021 | Washington Post
As we drove away from Windridge Vineyards that Friday, a food truck pulled into the parking lot, advertising paella for those willing to brave the chilly evening air.Reservations, contact tracing and social distance: What to expect at reopened wineries | Dave McIntyre | April 16, 2021 | Washington Post
Here we’ll talk about a classic stove-top method, but you can also steam mussels in the oven at high heat in a roasting pan or over an outdoor grill, corralled within a paella pan or Dutch oven.Mussels are simple to prepare, and add tasty drama to the table | Martha Holmberg | October 29, 2020 | Washington Post
Tonet was hanging around the liquor places or staying up at tio paella's.
Mother saw through her from the start, and had never wanted a girl of tio paella's in the family.
That boy and Dolores were lovers before you even thought of speaking to a girl of tio paella's!
A tough customer was tio paella, and no one said a good word for him.
British Dictionary definitions for paella
a Spanish dish made from rice, shellfish, chicken, and vegetables
the large flat frying pan in which a paella is cooked
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