Name of the dish: Paella de Marisco
Paella is a dish which originated in the mid 19th Century at the Eastern Coast of Spain in Valenciana community. Worldâs largest paella was made by Chef Juan Galbis in 1992. This paella served 1,10,000 people and made it into the Guinness Book of World Record. Traditionally, paella is cooked in open fire. Orange and pine branches are used to ignite the fire on which paella is cooked. There are three major categories of paella â Valenciana paella, seafood paella, and mixed paella. Here is a description of the recipe of seafood paella with lobsters, cuttlefish and shrimps and rice braised with Sofrito. This is cooked in Paellera, which is a flat round pan with two handles. Spanish traditionally eat Paella in Paellera itself.