Saffron Spanish 1 Gram Tin
Saffron derives its origins from the Middle East where it goes by the Arabic name za'fran meaning be yellow. In modern times Saffron is cultivated across Europe, the Middle East, and India. Comprised of the stamens of crocuses, the harvest of upwards of 150,000 flowers may only yield on kilogram or spice making Saffron the most expensive spice in the world. Saffron's mild flavor accents dishes of many Mediterranean cultures from France and Spain, to Morocco and the Middle East. Dishes such as Spanish yellow rice, paella, bouillabaisse, and tagines would not be complete with out the distinctive flavors and colors of Saffron.
Offered here in an inexpensive smaller size.