Cyril Lignac was for the last time at the helm of Tous en cuisine this Friday, June 12 on M6, with Jérôme Anthony. For this 60th edition, the chef welcomed a series of guests, including Issa Doumbia, and chose to make with them a dish that is both simple and grand: paella!
For his last broadcast of All in the kitchen on M6, Cyril Lignac was live with all of France, thanks to a mosaic of videos showing dozens of families from their kitchen. As a special guest, the humorist and actor Issa Doumbia shared his good humor and his sense of the valve, with a hilarious Cyril Lignac. For the occasion, the chef and his loyal sidekick, Jérôme Anthony exceptionally cooked together in the kitchen of the first. They prepared a very special dish this Friday, June 12, to end the cycle of 60 recipes All in the kitchen on M6: the paella!
- 8 whole unpeeled shrimp
- 2 chicken breasts
- 1 piece of chorizo
- 1 red pepper
- 1 green jalapeno pepper
- 3 tablespoons of piquillo peppers or a tomato puree
- 1 garlic clove
- 450g arborio rice
- powdered saffron
- cube broth (crustaceans or poultry)
- Olive oil
Step 1: cooking the shrimp
In a large skillet, heat olive oil before placing the shrimp and cooking them on each side. Once the shrimps are golden brown, take them out of the pan and set aside to keep the juice.
Step 2: the filling
Cut the pepper in half and remove the seeds and the white part, then cut into strips and small cubes. Fry everything in olive oil in the pan aside, with the chopped garlic first, then the cubed jalapeno pepper and the piquillo peppers. Cut the chicken into small dice and sauté with the rest. Simmer before adding the still dry rice directly, then mix well. Salt the rice and add the spices. Finally pour the broth generously, like a risotto, until everything is well covered. Then let cook without stirring.
Step 3: the finishes
Finally if you want to add it, cut the chorizo, you can remove the skin, cut it into small dice and place it in the dish at the last moment. Simmer everything then store the shrimp side by side in a circular fashion in the pan. Add a drizzle of olive oil. Taste!
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