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Ready In:
1hr 15mins




  • In a bowl, combine olive oil, oregano, dry basil, garlic, salt and pepper.
  • Place chicken and shrimp in another bowl; pour over marinade. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Heat about 1 tablespoon marinade in frypan over medium heat. Remove chicken and drain; add to pan and cook until lightly brown.
  • Remove from pan; set aside. Add sausage to pan; cook over medium heat until well browned.
  • Add onions and green pepper to pan; raise heat to medium-high; cook until vegetables are soft. Stir in rice; brown slightly.
  • Add broth, tomatoes, saffron, coriander, chicken and sausage; boil, cover, heat and simmer for 25 minutes, stirring occasionally until rice is tender.
  • Add peas and scallops; toss gently.
  • Transfer Paella to large ovenproof 6-quart baking dish or paella pan.
  • Drain shrimp; push into rice mixture along with clams.
  • Bake, covered, in 350 degrees oven for 15 to 20 minutes, or until shrimp are pink and clams open.
  • Garnish with pimento strips, if desired.

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  1. Sharyn Johnson
    Although I changed the recipe just a little and used linquisa instead of chorizo this was the very best, and was easy to fix. I prepared most of the ingredients the day before. IThe best idea was to marinade the shrimp and chicken. We had 6 friends for dinner and they were all impressed.
  2. Ladydi
    Getting ready to make it again. It is becoming a family favorite. When I visit son in law it is the first request. Great food.
  3. ratgirl13
    This was delicious!!! I didn't have any chorizo, so I substituted breakfast link sausage cut into chunks. I also didn't have scallops or clams or mussels, but I did have shrimp and chicken. Besides those ingredients that I didn't have, I had everything else on hand, so it came together very quickly. Made plenty, so there was leftovers for a few lunches, which made the family very happy!
  4. Abby Girl
    I used the concept of this recipe but made my changes in the seasonings...roasted a red pepper...used chicken thighs rather than chicken breast...added a can of artichoke hearts. We really enjoyed our meal. Thanks for the guide!!!
  5. mollypaul
    We weren't 100% wild about this recipe and probably won't be making it again. The combination of herbs/spices were overpowering in relation to the seafood and chicken.



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