Wednesday, 13 September 2017

chorizo and prawn paella: slimmer's secret supercook challenge with the tefal actify.


All your fave dishes, just that little bit healthier. Could it be possible? From curries to cakes and stir fry to fried chicken, the possibilities are endless. And I know what you're thinking, I'm up for a competition here so of course I'm going to say the Tefal Actifry is awesome. Actually, having had mine since the start of 2016, it's probably one of the top gadgets used in my kitchen. Never packed away, my Actifry sits pride of place next to my mixer ready to conjure up tasty sausages, sweet roast vegetables and those famous chips

So as part of the new Slimmer's Secret Supercook I got my thinking cap on to create this Chorizo and Prawn Paella. Scroll down for the video and recipe below. If you loved it as much as I enjoyed created it - please head over to Tefal and vote for my recipe. You will also be put into a draw to win a luxury spa getaway for two - so it's a win win really!



♥ 150g paella rice

♥ 400g can chopped tomatoes
♥ Cooked chorizo sausage ring

♥ One red pepper

♥ 150g king prawns

♥ 50g peas
♥ 50g black olives

♥ Ground paprika

♥ Chilli flakes

♥ Vegetable stock cube

♥ One white onion

♥ Garlic
♥ Lemon
♥ Parsley


Step one. Cook together the onions, prawns, chorizo, and peppers for 5 mins in the ActiFry.

Step two. Add in spices, stock, tomatoes, and rice. Cook for 20 mins.

Step three. Add in the peas and olives. Cook for 2-3 mins.



Step four. Season to taste and serve with other tapas should you wish.

Step five. Garnish with fresh parsley and lemon.



You can check out Michelle from Greedy Gourmet's Harissa King Prawn recipe here, or browse the other ideas over on the hashtag #SlimmersSecret!

Fancy your chances at winning a luxury getaway? I'd love your vote! Head over to the Tefal website and click on my face. Thank you and good luck!



In collaboration with Tefal

3 comments:

  1. This looks delicious! I've wanted to try using an Actifry for years!

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    1. They're so versatile! Today I did roast potatoes and parsnips for a Sunday dinner :)

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  2. I've never attempted paella in the Actifry before but it looks as if I should!

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