Most non-Spaniards consider Paella the national dish of Spain, but in actual fact, the dish is from the Valencia region of the country. A special pan called a paellera is used to cook the dish, which consists of rice, seafood, sometimes chorizo sausage, tomatoes, garlic, rosemary, saffron. According to tradition, the dish is to be cooked by men over an open fire.
We are excited to offer this class at Marisolio (488 Main Street, Murphys) on June 10. We will vary from tradition by using our range top as well as inviting any interested women to join in the cooking experience! If you love shellfish, sausage, chicken, fresh vegetables and the flavor of saffron, this class will be a big hit with you. Imagine how impressed your family and friends will be when you serve them this classic dish.
The menu will begin with a cold tomato gazpacho soup, and then move on to the basics of paella making. We will end the meal with a moist Spanish olive oil cake, and quench your thirst throughout the class with Virgin Sangria. This will be a feast you won’t soon forget!
June 10, 2014, at both 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM. Class fee for this class is $40. Bring a friend and get a $5 discount on your class fee. Call the shop at (209) 728-8853 to reserve a spot. A gift of this class would be a different and exciting Father’s Day present.