The Mix

The mix consists of authentic Valenciano "Bomba" rice with traditional Spanish spices such as saffron, paprika, onion, garlic, salt and pepper - all in the correct proportions. The success of paella depends on many factors, one of which is the preparation, the selection of the protein is also key, as well as the mix of traditional ingredients and spices in the correct amounts.

Paella's Recipes

Learn How to Make Paella Mix

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With Chef Eric Paz's Pallea Mix you just need to add water or stock, making the preparation of a Paella quick and easy, without compromising the flavor.

This original recipe and the simplicity of the preparation truly makes a difference for those who enjoy cooking Paella. In just a few minutes you too can enjoy a spectacular authentic Spanish Paella! 100% natural ingredients.

Paella Origins

The Valencian dish originated in the country outside the city, and it was the agricultural workers who where the first to make a fire in the fields at lunchtime and cook rice in a flat pan. They added what they could find to the pan.

They cooked snails and vegetables with rice, on special occasion rabbit, and later chicken was added. Besides this traditional "original paella", Valencian's are particularly fond of "Paella Marinera" with fish and seafood, also with meat like rabbit. Paella, however, can also include liver, blood sausage, artichokes and other ingredients.

Where to Buy?


We partnership our product with the "Best of the Best" that's why we work with this fabulous stores in Texas:

La Bodega Gourmet, makers of Paella Mix

11500 Bee Cave Rd, Austin TX 78738


Central Market
(Austin, Dallas, Houston & San Antonio)

Groomers Seafood Market
(San Antonio)

(Austin, Houston Downtown, Laredo, El Paso, Dallas)

Melissa Guerra Tienda de Cocina (San Antonio)

Quality Seafood Market

Boerne Epicure

Rice Epicurean

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