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Kashmiri Saffron

$114.72

Kashmiri saffron has a unique flavor and aroma that can be described as floral, honey-like, and slightly bitter. The spice is harvested from the dried stigmas of the Crocus sativus flower, which are deep red in color. The stigmas are handpicked and dried to create saffron spice.

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Origin

Kashmiri Saffron is believed to have originated in the Mediterranean region, specifically in Greece and Crete. Today, it is primarily grown in Iran, India, and Spain. Iran is the world's largest producer of saffron, followed by India and Spain.

Who can consume Kashmiri Saffron?

Kashmiri Saffron can be consumed by people of all ages, except for those who are allergic to it. Pregnant women should consult their doctor before consuming saffron.

Nutrition Facts

Saffron is low in calories and contains various vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, manganese, and potassium. It is also a rich source of antioxidants, which can help protect the body against cell damage caused by free radicals.

Kashmiri Saffron Preservation/Storage and Time

Saffron spice should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. It should be kept in an airtight container to prevent moisture from getting in. Properly stored, saffron can last for up to two years.

Kashmiri Saffron Use

Original Saffron is a versatile spice that can be used in various dishes, from sweet to savory. It is commonly used in Indian, Persian, and Mediterranean cuisines, and is often used to flavor rice dishes, soups, and stews. It is also used to flavor desserts such as ice cream and pudding.


Breakfast


  • Kashmiri Saffron can be added to breakfast dishes such as oatmeal, pancakes, and smoothies for a unique flavor and added health benefits.


Lunch


  • Saffron can be used to flavor rice dishes such as biryani and paella, as well as soups and stews.


Dinner


  • Saffron spice can be used to flavor a variety of dinner dishes, including chicken, fish, and lamb. It is also commonly used in vegetarian dishes such as saffron risotto and saffron pasta.

Home Remedy

  • Saffron has a range of health benefits and is used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antidepressant properties, among others. Saffron is often used to treat menstrual cramps, insomnia, and depression.

Earth Consciousness

  • Saffron is a sustainable crop that requires minimal water and fertilizer. It is often grown in arid regions where other crops cannot grow, and it is harvested by hand, providing employment opportunities for local communities.

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