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Paella Marisco

Paella Marisco

The key to any great dish is to use the freshest ingredients you can find and I can’t think of anything better than knowing you have used local produce in making a dish like paella. This dish contains many tasty local ingredients including the renowned Soller red prawns, something of a delicacy here in Mallorca, vegetables from the soil and vines of Pollença and rice from down the road in Sa Pobla… hope you enjoy making this one.

Allow 2 hours to make your paella in the wood fired oven.

Serves 6 in a 30cm paella pan.

• 1½ litres fish stock
• 100ml olive oil
• 1 onion finley chopped
• ½ red pepper, ½ green pepper
• 6 garlic cloves (even better if you have confit them)
• 3 large roasted tomatoes
• 1tsp dulce (sweet) paprika
• ½tsp picante (hot) paprika
• Pinch of saffron threads

• 1 large cleaned squid in rings (keep around 12 rings and chop the rest)
• 500g paella rice
• 300ml white wine
• 4 langoustines
• 18 shell on prawns
• 18 fresh clams
• 18 fresh mussels
• 200g monkfish cubed

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