UK deliveries: 5-7 days, all customs expenses (~£21) are charged in advance (no extra payment upon receival)
Seafood Paella Querida Carmen

Seafood Paella Querida Carmen

4.5 (2 reviews)

2 portions, ready in 25 minutes. 100% natural product.

We are no longer selling this product, nor do we plan on selling it again.
Querida Carmen
BCN Gourmet S.L.
Stock (water, monkfish, tomatoes, crab, leaks, carrots, celery and cabbage), bomba rice (150 gr), onions, fried tomatoes, squid (4%), ribs, sausages, red peppers, peas, olive oil, garlic, salt, parsley, almonds and sugar.
Expiry date
Minimum 2 months after delivery.
Room temperature.
Pour the contents of the can into a pan or paellera. Heat until it begins to boil. Add the rice and keep a soft boiling for 20 minutes, stirring from time to time depending on your taste. Let it stand for 4-5 minutes.
Seafood paella 5 steps preparation
Net weight
970 gr
Allergenic information
Contains crustaceans, molluscs, fish, celery and almond.
Add mussels, clams, sea crabs, shrimps or prawns at the end of the boiling.

The Paella ships in a cardboard carton.

Querida Carmen Paella contents
Average rating:
Milano, Italia
Saporita, buona qualità, non esattamente una paella.Tasty, good quality, not exactly a paella.

Anche se confezionato è un prodotto veramente di buona qualità, sicuramente industriale ma non di certo una porcheria tipo "quattro salti in padella findus". Saporito, ricco, non sfigurerebbe se servito a cena con amici.
Unica nota negativa: non è esattamente una paella o, meglio, non è esattamente la paella più tradizionale che ci aspetteremmo noi italiani, c'è troppo concentrato di pomodoro (il riso infatti risulta rosso e non giallo) che non sta male ma tende a coprire il gusto del pesce, e poco peperone che è invece, secondo me, il plus della paella.
Ho sicuramente mangiato paelle ben peggiori anche preparate al momento al ristorante.
Lo consiglio con riserva, se vi aspettate la tradizionale paella allo zafferano, questa potrebbe deludervi, ma il prodotto in se è valido.

Even if a product is packaged really good quality, definitely industrial but certainly not a piece of crap like "four jumps in the pan findus." Tasty, rich, not out of place if served at dinner with friends. The only downside: it's not exactly a paella or, better, not exactly the most traditional paella that we would expect the Italians, there is too much tomato paste (in fact the rice is red and yellow), which is not bad but it tends to cover the taste of the fish, and a little pepper that is however, in my opinion, the plus of paella. I definitely ate paella far worse even freshly prepared at the restaurant. I recommend with reservation, if you're expecting the traditional paella with saffron, this may disappoint you, but the product itself is invalid.

November 18, 2013
Review translated by Google - Browse the original text in italian
Muy Bueno!Very Good!

Soy el primero en opinar. No soy Espanol y me imagino el porque lo he comprado y porque me ha gustado tanto. ;) La calidad el envase y el sabor estan de maravilla. La recomendacion es talvez ponerle un poco mas de agua de lo que dice el envase o calentar a fuego regulado.

I am the first to review. I'm not Spanish and I guess why I bought it and because I liked it so much. ;) The quality of the container and the taste are great. The recommendation is to perhaps put a little more water than the package says to fire or heat regulated.

July 5, 2011
Review translated by Google - Browse the original text in spanish
We guarantee that you will love this product, or we will pick it up for free and give you a full refund
We guarantee that you will love this product, or we will pick it up for free and give you a full refund
  • 6 months guarantee
  • No questions asked
  • No small print

Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed

Why buy from IberGour?

Specialists in online sales

More than 30,000 clients throughout Europe

Direct selling from Spain, at spanish prices

Delivery in 5-7 days

Payment by credit card, PayPal or bank transfer

Returns Guarantee

More about IberGour »