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Receta de Arroz a banda

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  • Arroz a banda

El arroz es el punto de unión entre la gastronomía oriental y la española. Este plato tiene muchas coincidencias con la paella valenciana o con el arroz sevillano.

Ingredientes de Arroz a banda

  • 200 gramos de arroz.
  • 100 gramos de gambas peladas.
  • 100 gramos de pescado a elegir.
  • 100 gramos de sepia.
  • 100 gramos de almejas.
  • 2 tomates.
  • Pimentón dulce.
  • Medio litro de caldo de pescado.
  • Sal y aceite.
comensales 4 personas

comensales

4 personas

tiempo de preparación - 45 minutos

tiempo de preparación

45 minutos

dificultad - media

dificultad

media

Como cocinar Arroz a banda

  • 1

    En primer lugar, hay que sofreír ligeramente en la paellera las gambas peladas, el pescado que hayamos elegido a trozos pequeños, la sepia limpia y troceada y las almejas con su cáscara. Cuando estén listas las retiramos de la paellera.

  • 2

    Trituramos el tomate y lo mezclamos con el arroz en la paellera. También ponemos un poco de pimentón, que deberemos mezclar bien y evitar que se queme. Si esto pasara, amargaría todo el plato.

  • 3

    Añadimos al momento el pescado que teníamos reservado y el caldo de pescado, dejando que se cueza durante veinte minutos a fuego lento.

  • 4

    Cuando esté listo dejar reposar y servir caliente, directamente de la paellera, a la mesa.

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Buffy - 06 de Marzo de 2014

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Kadhal

Kadhal - 06 de Febrero de 2014

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Johan

Johan - 09 de Agosto de 2013

Hi Glamah16! Thanks! :)Hi JS! Thank you! I bought the prwans at our neighbourhood weekend market...there is a seafood stall with all sorts of gorgeous specimens :)Hi Candishhh! There was! I love the tutong in paella ;)Hi Zlamushka! Yes! I bought the big prwans specifically for insurance to make it look swanky just in case, heehee :)Hi Rosa! Thank you :)Thanks Peabody! I am always so tempted with the prwans and shrimps at the market...this time I indulged myself :)Hi Manggy! Oh my gosh...hahaha! Before making this the pan was still in the Terry's bag! Let me tell you, I just used the rice that we regularly use for everyday...my mom never really bought special rice for paella so I didn't either ;) I'm sure you will make a fantastic paella...easier than risotto...no stirring!Hi Dhanggit! Dancing always helps my cooking so go ahead! :)Hi Katrina! Aw! Thanks :) It was really fun...exciting and at the same time suspenseful! We were nervous how it would turn out! And it was so nice to see C so nasasarapan from something he made himself :)Hi Patricia! I had to laugh out loud when I saw your comment because our eating cultures must have something in common...I can so imagine someone from here saying that in all seriousness!Hi Meeta! Rice most definitely rocks! I grew up with it as a staple and I'm a big fan :) We still have a ways to go with our paella...more experimenting, different combinations...I'm looking forward to it!Hi Suzana! Thank you :) We hadn't either when we made this so the time was right!Hi Oggi! Thanks for the tip! I actually have a box of coffee filters lying around doing nothing because my coffee maker has its own filter...must remember that...for the labneh too...Thanks Marvin! You have no idea how I am itching to make a heavy metal vs hip hop joke...but I will desist :) The pan is a standard issue paellera that I got from a local Spanish deli...not that heavy but pretty sturdy. My mom has even used a wok/kawali before (although this makes it harder to cook evenly)! I've heard they sometimes use a clay dish to make it too...

JORDI PRAT BARREDA

JORDI PRAT BARREDA - 23 de Julio de 2013

Solo quiero aclarar que la paellera es un soporte para guardar las paellas que es el recipiente donde se hace el arroz "a la paella"... Parece que en los ultimos tiempos demasiada gente se come la paella, yo personalmente prefiero el arroz, manias tal vez.

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