But seriously, what sense is there in hurling insults at someone for using the term paella, to describe something which, while not faithful to the original recipe, is used as its basis
Jamie Oliver and paellagate…
Enrique Dans
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This is all a bit nonsensical as there are at least as many versions of paella as people cooking (with) it. Nothing new in having chicken whatever part, nor chouriço, depending on the other ingredients. The question of paella is to try and keep every element alive and thrive through all the gory flavours.

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