Paella is a colorful, fun, elegant and incredibly tasty dish. In this class, Dr. Ana Maria Afzali will guide you, with a series of videos, through the process of choosing the right ingredients, knowing what cookware to use, and step by step videos that will show you how fun and easy cooking paella really is!
In addition to learning how to cook paella, you will learn its history as well as the history of the land where it comes from, so by the time you finish the class you will be an connoisseur of the food and its history.
In this course you will find both videos and written guides that will ensure your success in making the perfect Spanish paella.
Ana Maria is a native of Spain and has been teaching Spanish cuisine, culture, history and literature for over 25 years.
Wellcome to our Spanish Paella course!!
In this class, I will guide you through the items and ingredients that you will need to cook the perfect Spanish Paella. You will see a series of videos that will demonstrate the different steps involved in cooking this delicious dish. You will also learn about the History and the origen of this popular Spanish treat.
You do not need to have any experience with cooking or with Spanish cuisine. For over 25 years I have been teaching how to make this dish to all audiences.
A brief and visual explanation of the ingredients needed to make paella
Using the right cookware is key to making the perfect paella. In this short video you will learn about the two main items you will need to have in your kitchen.
In this lecture you will learn about the history and origins of Valencia
Dr. Ana Maria Afzali is a native of Spain and she has been teaching Spanish language, cuisine, culture, History for over 25 years. Ana Afzali is also a master video producer specializing in green screen videos.
Her publications include :
Modern Spain (2009)
Nuestra Lengua (2001)
and numerous research articles.
Dr. Afzali came to the United States in 1984 where she went on to earn a degree in Education from University of Maryland. She went on to earn her Doctorate degree in Spanish Languages and literature from UCLA. She teaches language, History and culture courses in California.