Anyone ever make Paella on a gas grill? Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
I have made it on a charcoal grill - not a problem. With that said, didn't add anything to the flavor.
The key to Paella, I have learned, is the Paella pan. But I am sure everyone else already knew that.
Paella is traditionally made on an open fire or gas flame.
Did is last month. I even grilled most of the ingredients on the grill and added one at a time to the rice mix on the pan also heating on the grill. Very good.
Any reason to do it on the gas grill? To get the benefit of cooking on a grill I might want to toss some wood in the grill to get a hint of wood smoke.
Paella on a gas grill is easy. Just pump up the heat and let her rip. The most difficult part of using a grill is that most covers get in the way.
I tired once, but the rice kernels kept falling through the grates......
I've seen it done before, and it didn't look to different from making paella the conventional way. I'm sure you just have to watch your heat levels.
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