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Prepare a black rice with Nortindal sepia ink. Follow the steps of the video and you will get a classic of gastronomy.

Time
60 min
Servings
4 servings

Two cloves of minced garlic

150 gr. of onion

400 gr. of bomba rice SANTO TOMAS

3 envelopes of NORTINDALl sepia ink

600 gr. Chopped cuttlefish

800 gr. fish broth

2 tablespoons olive oil

Salt to taste

1 First peel and cut the vegetables into small pieces. You will see that it is a very quick and simple recipe, and success is assured.

2 Then we cut into strips the cuttlefish or the squid. It can be fresh or frozen. We put the olive oil in the paella and put it on medium heat. Add the garlic and then the onion. We suffer on low heat. Once the onion and garlic are browned, we add the squid or sepia, raise the fire and let it be done for a minute.

3 Next, we put the rice in the paella, letting it fry, picking up the taste of the vegetables. We put the Nortindal ink and we remove leaving it to cook well. Pour the water, remove and leave about 15 minutes to do.


TIPS:

If you don’t have fish stock substitute water.

It will give you much more flavor!

Recipe provided by NORTINDAL.

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