Enjoy a taste of sunshine with these classic Spanish paella recipes, perfect for al fresco dinners.
We’ve transformed our favourite Spanish paella into crunchy prawn cakes, served with a fresh salad. Packed full of flavour and ready in just 30 minutes, it’s the perfect mid-week meal that feels indulgent, without you having to break a sweat.
Paella is said to have originated in Valencia, on Spain’s eastern coastline, where it’s traditionally made with meat and cooked on an open fire. This simple paella recipes uses a mix of meat and seafood and is wonderfully delicious
This paella is full of fresh flavours, colours and textures working together to make a light but memorable dinner
Bring the taste of the sea straight to your plate with this super easy, speedy paella recipe shared by chef and author Omar Allibhoy
Whip up this stunning midweek meal in just half an hour with our easy recipe
A vegetarian twist on a classic Spanish dish, this summer greens paella is packed full of seasonal veg and makes a perfect speedy supper for two
Enjoy the sunny taste of Spain with this filling and healthy fennel, tomato and red pepper paella.
Bring the of traditional Spanish roots and coastal flavours to your mid-week meals with a classic Seafood paella
This old-favourite paella dish is full of flavour and it's the perfect mid-week dinner for the whole family
A Valencian peasant dish, paella was traditionally made with ingredients such as rabbit, chicken and snails. Shellfsh came later, as the dish grew in popularity
This smoky tomato and sausage paella recipe is perfect for a dinner party. Chorizo and pancetta give the dish a smoky, savoury depth while a generous glug of white wine and sweet roasted peppers lift it up.
Enjoy the delicious surf and turf flavours of paella, but in frittata form. The piquant chorizo, juicy prawns, sweet peppers and spices are a natural flavour match with chicken. Serve with a simple green salad.
A bright and beautiful vegetarian paella with runner beans, pepper and chickpeas. The rice is packed with bold flavours from the garlic, paprika and chilli making this dish one even non-veggies won't be able to resist.
Add some spice to your paella with this take on the traditional Spanish dish, which is packed full of incredible flavours. Both pork and chorizo are used, along with tiger prawns. The spice comes from red chilli, although it's optional.
Take a twist on a traditional paella, by using smoked gammon steak and sausages instead of chicken and chorizo. Super-easy, super-quick and super-tasty, orange peppers and green beans add some veg and crunch.
Surf and turf with this simple paella recipe. The strong, piquant flavours of the chorizo really complement the mussels, squid and prawns. Red pepper and peas add even more flavour, as well as colour and crunch – and lots of Vitamin C.