The Easiest Paella Comes From a Kit


As easy one-dish meals go, paella deserves to be a kitchen standby. But the notion of so many ingredients make it seem daunting. Not so: It can be simple weeknight supper. Meg Grace Larcom, the corporate chef for the Boqueria restaurants in New York, Chicago and Washington, is ready to show you how to assemble a vibrant paella, with piquillo peppers, chorizo and salsa verde. The virtual class will be Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m., and registration includes a paella kit, with all the ingredients and the proper pan to make enough for one or two people, and meant to arrive in advance of the class. The kit is also sold without the lesson, shipped nationwide. The restaurants also have other fully cooked paellas for pickup or delivery in their immediate areas.

Boqueria Paella Kit and class, $150, includes shipping; $100 without the class, order by Feb. 18 for national delivery; fully cooked paella for local pickup or delivery, with seafood, vegetables or chicken and chorizo, $24 to $48, depending on the variety and size, boqueriarestaurant.com.

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