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Paella Party For Your Fridge

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Photos courtesy of The Lazy Goat
Note: The chef garnishes his dish with baby octopus (pictured here) but that is not included in the recipe. Photos courtesy of The Lazy Goat

Paella is a party. It’s that simple. Assembling it is like a cooking party, and once it’s created, it is a celebration of fresh ingredients. And of course, we’ve never really seen a paella for one, so they are meant to be shared.

This version of the signature dish from Chef Michael Kramer of The Lazy Goat in Greenville, South Carolina, looks far more complicated than it actually is, and if you aren’t throwing a party, it will make a week’s worth of delicious leftovers. Line up all of your ingredients to simplify it. Make ahead on Sunday night and package each day’s meal into resealable containers so they’re ready to grab and go for lunch or dinner.

Easy Paella
from Chef Michael Kramer of The Lazy Goat, Greenville, SC