Paella
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  • Sept. 21, 2006, 1:44 p.m.
Description

Paella (pronounced IPA: [pa'eʎa]) is a rice dish, originally from Valencia (Spain) where it is eaten especially on Sundays and during the Falles. There are many variations of it with different ingredients. | The name paella is the word for "frying pan" in Valencian (from Latin patella). However, the dish has become so popular in Spain that the word paellera is now usually used for the pan and paella almost exclusively for the dish. In the Valencia area, nevertheless, the name paella is commonly used for both the pan and the dish. | Paella is usually garnished with vegetables and meat or seafood. The three main ingredients are rice, saffron, and olive oil