FIDEUA: the Catalan’s paella

FIDEUA: the Catalan's paella by Bed & Breakfast in Barcelona
What is it the Fideuá??
The history say that around the year 1930 in a small city near Valencia, a novice sailor who was cooking rice for some fishermen, changed the rice to noodles so that his boss would eat less. The boss ate so much that he often left the others hungry. All liked the new recipe so much that the idea ran from house to house making way for the fame the recipe has today.

The dish is typical for Thursdays and served in most restaurants with ‘ali-oli’, a mixture of mayonese with garlic.

What do you need?
Garlic
Onion
Pepper
Peeled shrimps
Mussels (shelled)
Sea sticks
Noodles
Cod

Get to work!
Put a little oil in a pan and let it heat. Add a chopped garlic, onion and pepper and fry until it has a gold color. Then add the peeled prawns, mussels and sea sticks. Let it cook for about 5 minutes and then add the noodles and allow them to absorb the liquid. Finally add the cod and let it heat for a few minutes. Then…serve!

In our Bed & Breakfast we’re not good cookers…but we know where are located the best place to eat good fideuas!
Fuente: cocinay hogar.com

About bedandbreakfastinbarcelona

ACCOMMODATION IN BARCELONA CITY CENTER, SPAIN Our Bed and Breakfasts are situated in the best area of the amazing city of Barcelona, close to most of the important touristic attractions. We aim to give you a relaxed stay in one of our Guest Houses by providing comfortable accommodation at an affordable price and cordial service. You'll find our Bed and Breakfasts in beautiful buildings of the Catalan modernistic style. Their beautiful interiors contribute to the warm and charming stay at our Bed and Breakfast, just what you need after a busy day of sightseeing. Each morning you will enjoy our delicious self-service breakfast buffet that will get you ready for a day full of activities. Whatever your purpose is to visit Barcelona, we will do our best to make your stay a pleasant one!
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