News·Posted on 4 Oct 2016Jamie Oliver Posted A Paella Recipe And Spanish People Think It's TOTAL BULLSHITChorizo in paella? Wars have started over less.by by Guillermo del PalacioRedactor de BuzzFeed, España, by Luke LewisHead of European GrowthFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Spanish Twitter is in uproar after Jamie Oliver posted a paella recipe that gets the national dish completely wrong. Jamie Oliver @jamieoliver Good Spanish food doesn’t get much better than paella. My version combines chicken thighs & chorizo… https://t.co/jzDMrTL14c 10:25 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite According to purists, there are strict rules as to which ingredients should go in a paella — and chorizo is NOT one of them. Surdo @DrZurdo delete @jamieoliver Tue Oct 04 11:08:12 UTC+0000 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Also, it should be cooked in a shallow pan, not a pot. Tasty though the dish Jamie Oliver has created may be, it's fundamentally not a paella. Jose @josejacas In Spain we call this "arrroz con cosas" and we think it's beautiful https://t.co/tbICvzdvo4 11:16 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite His recipe also instructs people to stir while cooking – which Spanish people say is something you should never do. Tienes un amigo que @ChichuTheDog @jamieoliver TUUU BORRA ESOOO Tue Oct 04 10:47:40 UTC+0000 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "DELETE THIS." Understandably, people are upset. Proscojoncio @Proscojoncio Great work, @jamieoliver. I also cooked paella. Hope you like my version. 12:00 PM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite They wonder how British people would feel if the boot was on the other foot. Phobophille @phobophille .@jamieoliver Good. Now let me tell you about my version of fish&chips. It combines beef and ravioli. #ICanPlayThatGameToo Tue Oct 04 11:02:52 UTC+0000 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Antonio Villarreal @bajoelbillete @pedroampudia @jamieoliver My version of fish and chips combines aubergines with duck. 10:59 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Some have attempted to teach Oliver the error of his ways. Alec O'Sullivan @aleixsalvans @jamieoliver @SrJimvill You're absolutely mistaken and your paella's an abomination. Get some callos, mate. Tue Oct 04 10:58:46 UTC+0000 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Some, at least, have seen the funny side. churreznos @churreznos @jamieoliver Tue Oct 04 12:18:07 UTC+0000 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Others have taken a more hardline approach. Llimona @llim0na @jamieoliver Remove the chorizo. We don't negotiate with terrorists. First warning. Tue Oct 04 11:25:12 UTC+0000 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "I shit on your ancestors." Arezno @Arezno Me cago en tus ancestros. https://t.co/cmjIt19xTf 11:11 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "Go fuck yourself." Analía Plaza @lalalalia @jamieoliver que te pires 11:42 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite "Degenerate bastard." Patrick Baitman @Trolasodemierda Cabrón degenerado @jamieoliver 11:44 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite It's basically caused a full-on international incident. ~ blue psychodrama @AnageMidos YOU'VE MADE OUR CONSTITUTION CRY OVER THIS @jamieoliver 11:28 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite In addition, Twitter user Margaret Castor has launched a Change.org petition calling for an end to people putting chorizo in paella. change.org Let this be a lesson to you, Jamie. The Spanish people have spoken. Mess with paella at your peril. ~ blue psychodrama @AnageMidos I'D RATHER EAT MY OWN SHIT THAN CALLING THAT PAELLA YOU HEAR ME?? @jamieoliver 11:42 AM - 04 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Guillermo del Palacio es Redactor de BuzzFeed y vive en MadridContact Guillermo del Palacio at firstname.lastname@example.org.Got a confidential tip? Submit it hereLuke Lewis is BuzzFeed's Head of European Growth and is based in London. Contact Luke Lewis at email@example.com.