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Old 12-09-2012, 10:25 PM   #10
martyleach
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So, I prefer a steel (non-stainless) pan with dimples. In theory, the dimples catch some of the oil and keep your stuff from burning. I have a 15 inch pan and larger. You don't want to start too large. Doing a Paella is all about the prep work as things happen real fast.
Quite often, I make the Sofrito in advance. Makes it a lot easier because if you are making a Paella, you probably have company. They feed a lot of people.

Nice Paella!!
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