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Cooking Up A Storm: Seafood Paella

Seafood Paella

As gourmet cooking gains popularity in households across the globe, you may wonder what a real paella tastes and looks like. Even more, you may wonder what ingredients are commonly used in this dish. When you want to sample this entree for yourself, you can taste and appreciate the complexity of flavors found in seafood paella and other styles of this dish by visiting an establishment that is well known for its paella. This culinary experience can await you when you visit La Costanera Restaurant tonight.

When you visit this restaurant, you can quickly find the extensive array of paella that is available to customers. The establishment offers this dish made with seafood, as well as green paella and chicken paella. Along with seafood paella, a dish made with lobster is also available if you prefer the taste of lobster. Regardless of your particular tastes during your visit, you may find a paella dish to suit your needs.

As you will also find when you visit this Peruvian restaurant, the paellas available all feature the same base ingredient, which is saffron rice. Saffron rice is considered to be a mainstay among Peruvian flavors. Depending on which variety of this entree that you order, you can expect the saffron rice to be combined with other flavorful ingredients that will form the specific type of paella that you order.

For example, if you are intent on sampling the seafood variety, you will notice that it is combined with seasonal fish, calamari, shrimp, mussels, and clams. The lobster paella similarly combines the rice with lobster meat, choclo, chorizo, and pimento sauce. You can also order the green paella, another seafood variety that includes shrimp, seasonal fish, calamari, mussels, and clams mixed in a cilantro-based sauce. Alternatively, you may check out the chicken paella that features chicken, chorizo, and soffrito cooked with cusquena beer.

Paella is becoming a more popular dish everywhere. You can try it today by visiting a Peruvian restaurant.

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