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Fideuà are short hollow noodles used to make the dish of the same name. Fideuà is essentially a noodle version of a seafood paella (or arroz a banda) in which the rice is replaced by fideuà.
Fideuà is very easy to make, and like paella, very flexible in the ingredients. All you need to do is fry various pieces of fish and seafood in your paella pan, (calamares, prawns, monkfish, mussels etc) add some tomato frito, paprika and saffron along with the seafood stock (home-made if you can). Then add the noodles and cook for 15-20 minutes or so - That's it!
This 500g pack will make around 4 to 5 servings.
The name comes from the Valencian "fideuada" which means "large number of noodles". It is thought to have originated in the port district of Grau in Gandía by sailors more than 100 years ago. Rumor has it that some of the crew on a fishing boat never got the paella because the captain ate most of it. The cook decided to try using noodles to see if he wouldn't eat so much. Unfortunately the captain liked that dish as well!. It is now extremely popular all over the region and the world and in Gandía they still hold a yearly gastronomy competition.
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(Potential allergen ingredients shown in bold)
Model: GAL0010Net Weight: 500gIngredients: Durum Wheat semolinaAllergy Advice: Contains gluten (from wheat), May contain traces of egg
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The best paella rice you can buy 1/2Kg in cloth bag"D.O" (Denominación de Origen) classification
Makes about 10 main course portions of paella
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