It is a dish that divides people between paella and fideua eaters on Sunday. But, in my opinion, neither paella is replaceable nor Fideua confronts our most iconic dish.
This traditional southern dish is strongly associated with celebrations such christenings and first communions. It is simple, really quick to cook and the sauce will definitively seduce you.
They are undoubtedly associated with bars because they appear in every single menu to go alongside with a beer. Some places become really famous because of their pinchitos.
It is one of Sevilla most famous tapas, usually served with fries and so easy to cook that comes together in less than 30 minutes. However, we decided yesterday to turn it into our lunch main dish.
Believe it or not, I have never eaten this dish even though I am Catalan. Does it has something to do with my parents being from Jaen? Most probably.
It had been a long time since I last ate paella so I decided to treat myself for the occasion. I mixed chicken and seafood because sometimes I cannot decide what to go for. The result is yet amazing.