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Saffron

This little ingredient is the most expensive spice in the world. But don’t let the size of the strains fool you. A little goes a long way. This is a huge coloring tool back in the ancient times to make the dishes look presentable.

There are many types of this type of flowered spice, but the most common is used in Spain and southern Europe. A Legendary Spice.

Product StyleThreads
Recommended ApplicationsSpanish paella, Italian risotto, and Mexican yellow rice. Saffron is especially good when used in cooking seafood dishes such as bouillabaisse.
Basic PreparationA Pinch goes a long way
Taste & AromaWarm & Earthy
CuisineIndian, Iranian, Italian, Moroccan, Southeast Asia, European
Handling / StorageAirtight Cool place
Shelf LifeProperly stored, saffron has a shelf-life of 3 – 4 years
Country of OriginSpain, Greece
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