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arroz valenciana/paella
« on: October 10, 2012, 06:47:36 PM »
Hi sisses! Anyone here knows a good valenciana or paella with chicken liver? I miss my mom and lola's valenciana. Too bad they passed away without leaving me the recipe :(


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Re: arroz valenciana/paella
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2012, 05:39:30 PM »
Paella is also one of my favorite dish! Yung officemate ko dati ang sarap magluto pero matrabaho daw talaga, as in 1 dozen minced onion, 1 dozen minced tomatoes etc.
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Re: arroz valenciana/paella
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2012, 05:40:12 AM »
Share naman the recipe! I love this food, nakakatikim lang ako nito pag binibili ko pa and sobrang minsan pa yun.. Gusto ko try gawin..


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Re: arroz valenciana/paella
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2013, 12:41:38 PM »
Hi i just want to share din how i cooked my paella,,first you should have the paellera depending on how many persons yun size ng pan,i bought mine at gourdos around 700 pesos.,,you can also buy saffron there meron sila available.                                                                                                                       First the ingriedients and procedure na rin ha,,6 to 8 persons ang recipe ko ha,,you need onions chopped 1 medium sized,,garlic 1 clove chopped and 3 tbps olive oil,,saute them unitl translucent yun onion and the garlic turned brown,,,then you need chicken,,i like chicken thighs since malasa siya than breast with skin on,,,sprinkle with salt and pepper,,then slightly  fry them in until brown,,then after frying just move the chicken to the side and stir fry 2,red bell peppers cut in medium sized squares,a can of peeled tomatoes and 2 cups of paella rice or risotto rice,,i bought mine at landmark grocery that comes in a box,,add 6 cups chicken stock,,add a pinch or more of saffron,,a pinch of paprika,,pepper and salt,,mix it once and cover with foil.Dapat nasa from medium heat turn your fire to low until 15 mins. And ikot ikot niyo yun paellera para even a cooking ng rice,,,after 15 mins,,check if may konti sabaw sabaw pa rin if wala add a little hot water or stock,,then you need tahong,,aroung 12 to 15 pcs of that,,sugpo mga12 din and tulya,,ikalat lang sa buong pan,,then cover again with foil for 10 mins,,then check the rice if cook na,,basta soft na at may kontin bite done na yan,,garnish with slices of lemon and boiled egg and chopped parsley,,serve hot ang paella parati.Enjoy. ;) :)


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