Saffron - Polline D'Oro - 6 x 0,3 g
Saffron in Pistils 6x0,3g bags
Polline d'Oro Authentic Saffron in pistils.
Also called the red spice gold, it has antioxidant, relaxing, digestive properties, rich in iron, magnesium and vitamin B.
This saffron grows on the hills of the Piedmontese Apennines, in a completely natural way, without the use of chemicals, in full respect of nature and man.
It takes great care, patience and delicacy to produce saffron. Harvesting is manual and can only take place for a few weeks when the flower blooms. Furthermore, if you think that each flower at only 3 stigmas, you can imagine how much you need to collect to get to a kilo. This makes it one of the most valuable spices.
Use it to season your risotto, shellfish or as decorations.
Test your cooking skills and use saffron it in the kitchen to find new combinations.
A bag of 0.3 g is sufficient to make risotto allo zafferano for 5 people.
About Saffron: The aroma of saffron and the smell similar to hay and iodoform. This is due to the picrocrocin and safranal molecules. Saffron, among other things, also contains a carotenoid pigment, the crocin, which gives a golden-yellow hue to the dishes and fabrics. Its documented history begins with an Assyrian botanical treatise from the 7th century BC. compiled under the reign of Sardanapalo and for over four millennia it has been traded and used. In the Middle Ages, it was the only spice traded in the West of indigenous origin.
|Origin of raw materials||Self-produced|
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