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Maybe subconciously I did want to be taken out to dinner. I felt so sad though that my jambalaya had gone to pot! I did try a few weeks later and it turned out pretty good. Now my Paella was never a problem. In fact, it is a little different every time I fix it but it is always good.


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The best recipes are the ones you change or improve every time you make it. I think things like Jambalaya and Paella are like that.

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You are right, Moe. I believe my Paella has never been the same twice. I do always use brown rice, though. It gives it a better texture and flavor, I think.


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I will try that Phyllis, for my Jambalaya. I am really trying to eat healthier and brown rice is better. I always thought I would not like the taste, but I do.


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Uncle Ben's quick brown rice is what I use. It has a very good flavor.


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I'd have to say paella because it is less spicy and I associate that more with seafood than I do the jambalya (which also has seafood in it).......

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Hey, I'm curious. What is Spanish Paella? Do you buy it or is it only in restaurants. Does it have meat? And what is in it?

Please let me know. I have a vegetarian in the house. She just might like this.


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Hi Kimmie,

Paella is similar to Jambalaya; rice, seasonings, meats and or fish, some veggies (onion, tomato, etc.)and seasonings. As with Jambalaya, it can be made with or without meat(sausage, fish, chicken).

Here is a link to my Paella Recipe -- just omit all animal products and maybe add some other vegetables (eggplant, Italian squash). Use a hearty vegetable broth in place of water and season well otherwise there won't be much flavor.

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Thanks Sandie. I'll have to try this considering hubbie loves spicy foods and if I use no meat, my vegetarian daughter can eat some of it too. Thanks and have a happy new year.


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I thought we'd start this poll again (last one didn't work correctly)-- you can vote and view the results easily!

What's your favorite: Jambalaya or Spanish Paella?
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Votes accepted starting: 02/28/09 12:46 AM

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