Spanish paella, one of the three famous Western dishes, is as famous as French snails and pasta. Paella originated from Valencia, the Spanish capital of fish and rice, and is a kind of rice food made from Spanish rice. In fact, it is a flat-bottomed large round double-eared pan with a depth of usually no more than five centimeters.
Hispanic paella is very delicious. The golden rice grains are derived from the precious spice saffron. The rice is dotted with countless shrimps, crabs, black cockles, clams, oysters, squid ... steaming and mouth watering.
Clams in seafood risotto are high in protein, high in calcium, high in iron, and low in calories. They are very suitable for the elderly and those who need to lose weight.
In this class you will step by step learn how to make a traditional paella, with some ingredients you will make a wonderful taste.
The sangria traditionally consists of red wine and chopped fruit, often with other ingredients or spirits.
Sangria may probably be the most popular drink from the Spanish cuisine. It is commonly served in bars, restaurants, chiringuitos, and festivities throughout Spain.
You will learn how to make a sangria in the class.
We’re going to drink the sangria and enjoy the paella together.