Saffron (AKA Saffron Crocus), by weight, is the most expensive spice in
the world. Growers need vast amounts of land and labor to produce this
spice. However, very little is needed for a recipe, making a gram enough
for dozens of uses.
Taste & Aroma:
Rich, but subtle, slightly bitter
and hay-like fragrance.
Saffron imparts a rich golden-yellow hue to dishes and textiles. The
most popular dish is Paella. Works great with risotto and other
grains but can be used in a wide array of dishes such as,
rice, rolls, breads, buns, fish stew, bouillabaisse
chicken, chicken soup, cakes.
INGREDIENTS: Superior grade Spanish saffron
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