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Hola mi paella!!!! This scrumptious Spanish rice dish was named after the shallow pan it was cooked in, over an open fire in the countryside due to the living standards in the late 19th century. It was originally made by farmers/laborers for lunch in Valencia (eastern Spain), of which comprised of short grain rice, tomatoes, onions, saffron, olive oil, and sometimes beans, rabbit, chicken, assorted seafood from the Mediterranean, and even snails (yes, snails)! The one pictured here is made with seafood, and it is absolutely delicious... a must try when you visit Spain! 🇪🇸 . . . #paella#travelfood #spain#happyeats #food #foodiesofinstagram #historyoffood #spanishcuisine #paellavalenciana #paellas #paella🥘#foodstagram #foodtraveller #foodstories #foodtravelstories #foodtravel

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