Organic saffron from Iran in stigmas

10.00 CHF40.00 CHF

The most expensive spice in the world, saffron is none other than the dried purple flower pistil of a variety of Crocus, Crocus Sativus. It takes more than 150,000 flowers to produce 1 kg of saffron, which must be harvested by hand and especially early in the morning before the dew damages them. This explains the price of this spice.

it is used to dress rice, broths, sauces, fish. It is essential in bouillabaisse, curry, paella and some risottos. It is found in Moroccan tagines, Indian byrians. It can also be used in desserts to flavor cooked fruit, cookies or cakes.

All our spices come from organic farming and fair and sustainable trade.

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Ingredients : * Saffron of Iran in stigmas ( Crocus sativus L. )

Origin: Iran

Quality: * Organic farming product

Packaging: Glass jar

Storage: Keep in a cool and dry place, away from heat sources and away from light

Allergens: No

Our advice: add saffron halfway through cooking because it takes some time to develop its aromas, while prolonged cooking dissipates them.

The information reported on this site never has a medical / prescriptive value as it is entered for informational and informative purposes only, and therefore cannot be substituted for the advice of your doctor.

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