At the beginning, light a fire and set up the chicken broth. Include salt, dark pepper, bay leaf.
While the stock is bubbling, work with minced meat. Include pepper, salt, include smoked paprika, blend. As we cooked on the fire, I wasn't certain to control it, so I made tremendous meatballs. Sprinkle them with flour to cause the crust to show up quicker.
Place the pan on fire, including the sunflower oil. Spread meatballs, watch that they don't burn. Remember about garlic. Here you can simply smash it without peeling.
Rapidly cleave the bell peppers and tomatoes. I needed to make it splendid. That is the reason I picked vegetables of various hues. I don't know that the shading influenced the taste, yet it turned out appealing without a doubt.
I include vegetables along with bubbled chicken (from stock) to a griddle after meatballs. I don't need them to cook. Fry for 10 - 15 minutes most extreme in the wake of including peppers and tomatoes. At that point put everything in a different bowl.
Add olive oil, finely slashed garlic, stew pepper to the griddle. The pan is enormous, we fry cut oyster mushrooms simultaneously.
Let's plan rice sauce. At the point when the shellfish mushrooms are semi-cooked, I add flavors to the focal point of the pan: smoked paprika, salt, dark pepper. Blend, include tomatoes. Hang tight for 5 minutes.
Add rice. What amount? It relies upon your pan size. It requires a base tallness of 2-3 grains of rice. We don't cook porridge, yet Spanish paella!
Add the stock in a few phases. Rice isn't cooking, yet step by step ingests dampness and all flavors.
After the rice turns out to be clear, spread the initial part: meatballs, chicken, bell peppers, tomatoes. Try not to blend. Bit by bit, include the stock with the goal that it doesn't bubble or burn.
When the dish is practically prepared, include cheddar. You can both rub or cut, as we did in the video.