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Recipes with Saffron

Enhance the flavor and quality of your preparations with SARGOLD red gold and discover with us the pleasure of using the most precious spice in the world, with its unmistakable taste, aroma and color.


To revive the saffron pistils it is recommended to put them in very hot water, broth or milk, in an amount of liquid equivalent to a coffee cup for 0.1 grams of product (one sachet).
Cover the container of the infusion and wait at least 20 minutes before use, the time necessary for the crocina, a water-soluble substance present in large quantities in the pistils, to color the infusion with an intense golden-yellow color.

To speed up the brewing time to 10-15 minutes, the saffron pistils can be made into powder. We suggest placing the pistils on a folded sheet of parchment paper as if making a package, placing a very hot pot on it and letting the pistils toast for a few minutes.
At this point it is possible to crush the toasted pistils with mortar and pestle, or with the help of a spoon, directly on the baking paper. Once this is done, dilute the powder obtained in an amount of liquid equivalent to a cup of coffee for each sachet of saffron.

In order not to compromise its organoleptic and nutritional properties, it is advisable to avoid cooking saffron for a long period directly on the flame.


Saffron is the basic ingredient of many national and international dishes and is known and used above all for its aroma and coloring power. This precious spice gives color to our dishes, enhances and enriches the flavor of our dishes and for this reason it is a determining ingredient in numerous recipes, from appetizers to desserts.

In addition, it is highly appreciated as it contains very few calories and has exceptional therapeutic qualities. In particular, it is known for its antioxidant, antidepressant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as being a cure-all for the cardiovascular and digestive systems. For this reason, in order to optimize its beneficial effects, saffron can also be taken in herbal teas and therapeutic decoctions.

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