If you’re having a group round & want something in a fat pan that everyone can enjoy, go for this dish
A weekend stint in Barcelona led to my very first taste of Spanish seafood paella. A mix of sticky rice, muscles, king prawns and squid.
Situated along the popular street of La Rambla, you will find many a restaurant each offering a decent time, big dishes and lots to drink.
The paella was muy delicioso and made quiet memorable by the staff offering lots of free shots – which were pretty gross actually, but it’s rude to say no.
If you’re having a group round & want something in a fat pan that everyone can enjoy, go for this dish. May I also recommend the sangria punch.
Please follow METROPOLITAN BARCELONA for some Spanish Seafood Paella, by Tara Stevens.
SANGRIA PUNCHY GOODNESS:
- Get a jug or bucket
- Chuck in a bottle of red wine (can be cheap)
- Lemonade or lemon fizz
- Lots of ice
- Lemons: squeeze in some juice
- Oranges: squeeze in some juice
- Dice some peaches/apples/cinnamon
- Optional: add some vodka, brandy or any hard-core liquor