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Paella Seasoning

Our Paella Seasoning is a blend of aromatic herbs and spices used in traditional Spanish paella Valenciana, including saffron to lend a lovely golden color and chile flakes for a touch of heat.

  • Hand-blended in small batches

  • Unique blend of traditional herbs and spices saves time in the kitchen while producing authentic Spanish paella flavor

  • Contains no MSG and no flavor or color additives

  • Naturally gluten free

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    Price: $64.65
    $2.69 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Use to create authentic paella Valenciana with ease

  • Add rich Spanish-inspired flavor to soups, stews or sauces

  • Makes a delicious standalone seasoning for meats or seafood

  • Try combining with mayonnaise, sour cream or crème fraiche to create a Mediterranean-inspired dipping sauce

  • For a pilaf-style rice dish, sweat onion in oil, and stir in rice. Add Paella Seasoning and stir to coat rice and lightly toast. Add stock or water and proceed according to rice package instructions.

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. Add to taste. Suggested: 2 teaspoons of Paella Seasoning for every one cup of rice.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a dry, cool place.

    Ingredients

    Garlic, Spices, Salt, Onion, Turmeric, Sugar, Contains 2% or less of Paprika, Saffron.

    Fill your kitchen with the fragrant aroma of traditional Spanish cuisine. Hand-blended in small batches and crafted to save time in the kitchen, our Paella Seasoning combines a variety of spices used in traditional Spanish paella Valenciana, including elegant saffron, the spice that also lends paella its lovely golden color.

    Use this unique, all-natural seasoning blend to add a touch of authentic Spanish flavor to just about any dish, without MSG or any other flavor or color additives.

    The origins of the well-known Spanish rice dish paella are the subject of numerous tales. Some say that the Moorish kings' servants mixed the leftovers from royal banquets with rice in large pots, taking them home to their families. The more likely origin, however, is the fields of Valencia, a region on the eastern coast of Spain. There, field workers would make the rice dish at lunch time, cooking it in a large, flat pan over a fire and mixing in whatever they could find in the field, including rabbit, snails and vegetables. The finished dish would be shared amongst themselves, a way of stretching a little food to feed a lot of hungry people.

    Today, paella is made in every part of Spain, and the ingredients that go into it are as varied as the regions and the cooks themselves. Seafood, chicken, rabbit, beans, peas, artichokes and peppers are all common. However, regardless of the ingredients used, saffron is absolutely essential.

    Classic recipe

    Chicken and Shrimp Paella

    Paella Seasoning is a full-flavor alternative to the many individual spices this iconic Spanish recipe typically requires. Garlic, paprika and saffron top the list of complex spices our Paella Seasoning provides in this convenient blend.