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MaryMary Posts: 190
edited 7:02PM in EggHead Forum
Has anyone used an "egg" on which to cook paella? If so, how has it worked?[p]Thank you.


  • RichardRichard Posts: 698
    Here is a site that might help. Naked Wizard has some info also.

  • RichardRichard Posts: 698
    Mary,[p]Here is option "B" or "A", whatever works they are all great guidance.

  • Bobby-QBobby-Q Posts: 1,993
    Hey guys I know some of y'all have some amazing Paella pictures and recipes. I told this nice lady to post on here and reap the benefits of the knowledge and friends pool on the forum.[p]Let's see some of those pics and recipes.

  • mulemule Posts: 152
    Try looking back for some posts by AZRP - he has posted some great Paella pics!!![p]mule

  • TheHulkTheHulk Posts: 157
    Just purchase a new paella pan yesterday. Looking forward to trying it out. Cruising the archives and TNW's site on dishes I have seen posted in the past.
  • 1stChickenPaella.jpg
    <p />Mary,
    Here is a pic of one that I did last weekend. It was my first and I followed TNW website for the recipe. It turned out great. Good luck and have fun.

  • FlaMikeFlaMike Posts: 648
    I followed the Naked Whiz's paella recipe and technique, with fantastic results. However, there was one thing I will change next time. It required quite a bit of sauteing, and then reducing the "sofrito" to a paste. I used a 13.5" Stainless steel paella pan, and found that the heat from the 400º temp was being channeled around the edge of the pan, and was hitting me right in the face! I put up with it as best I could, and finished the dish, with FANTASTIC results, but my dried-out eyes bothered me the rest of the evening. Next time, I'll sautee in the kitchen, and do the rest on the egg.
    Go for it... you won't be disappointed.

  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    <p />mule,
    Here's one I found. -RP

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