On the Menu Recipe: Brunch Paella (Using leftover paella from Cafe Sevilla)

Method:

Preheat pan on medium heat.
Place 2 tablespoons of olive oil into the pan.
Add paella and reheat for 3 to 5 minutes per 5 ounces of product
Add a splash of white wine for best results! (This can be substituted with chicken stock or water.)
Serve the paella.
Use the same pan to fry up some eggs; we recommend over-easy to medium.
Serve eggs over the paella. If your rice gets nice and wet with the egg yolk, then you got it just right!

Related posts:

  1. Arterra’s Handmade Fettucini (with dried cranberries, applewood bacon, butternut squash and goat cheese alfredo sauce)
  2. on the Menu recipe: Sammy’s Chilled Roast Vegetable Salad (gluten-free)
  3. On the Menu Recipe: La Jolla Strip Club’s White Truffle Mac and Cheese
  4. On the Menu: Beaumont’s Cioppino
  5. On the Menu recipe: Crepes from Crepes & Corks

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