Spanish Veggie Paella (Easy, Low Cost, One Pot Dinner)

This month I promised I’d share some of all-time favourite one pot meals. After all that meal prepping, cooking and pot washing in December, I need a few weeks of simple meals. Easy, quick prep, cheap, healthy meals that leave only one pot to wash up. Now we’re talking ;)

I’m going to begin with one of my absolute favourite one pot meals – Veggie Paella. This dish is typically made with shellfish, but I’ve used colourful veggies and nutrient-rich nuts instead :)

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Here’s how I make it…

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Enjoy! xx

This recipe has been submitted to Ricki Heller’s #WellnessWeekend

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7 Responses to Spanish Veggie Paella (Easy, Low Cost, One Pot Dinner)

  1. Wow that just looks so delicious!!!!! :D
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  2. I don’t know that I’ve ever tried paella–isn’t that crazy? I do have some saffron that I need to use up though, so this would be a great way. Sounds delicious!

    • Hi Candy!
      Spanish paella would be a great way to use your saffron. It gives the paella the most wonderful flavour and colour. This dish is one of the only occasions where I use a white rice (to keep it authentic). I will have to try it with brown rice one day but I imagine it’ll make quite a difference to the dish in terms of flavour, colour and texture x

  3. Oh, this looks so fabulous! Perfect party food, or perhaps just a great weekend dish. I’ve never had “real” paella, but I know that I want to try this one. :)
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  4. Oh I love paella. With the extra veggies it gives the dish a wonderful pop of color!
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