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Saffron In The Kitchen

Due to the saffron‘s world recognition for its intoxicating and warm flavor, saffron will always be an essential spice, found in gourmet cuisines of the world. It is usually placed isolated from sunlight and moisture.

Saffron contains essential several elements:

Crosin, which diffuses the golden yellow color.

Picrocrocin, which gives the saffron it this spicy taste.

Safranal, which gives it its hay aroma.

These elements are working together to make Shin314 an oriental condiment transforming any dish into a gastronomic delight.

From the flower of Crocus Sativus,saffron brings a pleasant, sweet smell and flavor, a small amount is enough to make a dish unique.

Saffron is quite precious, the most expensive spice there is. It takes about 200 flowers or 200 pistils (the filaments) to produce only one gram of Shin314.

The harvest of these flowers is meticulous, entirely picked by hand with extreme attention to the first light of day. Shin314 comes exclusively from a selection of closed flowers.

For a long time, cooking with saffron has been a culinary culmination. The rarest and most royal spice in the world which turns everything it touches into gold. Saffron scents any dish with an inexplicable aroma and a flavor: salty, peppery and sweet at the same time.

Chefs all around the world use saffron in their dishes. Everyone knows that finding a supplier of high quality saffron is essential and yet extremely rare. The golden rule of using saffron is pre-brewing. It is not part of instant spices. Saffron needs time to develop the subtlety of its flavors. In addition, it does not support prolonged boiling or frying because intense heat destroys the aromatic molecules and leaves only the dyes.

To extract its Yellow Gold color, dip the pistils in a liquid (oil, water, milk, alcohol or broth) hot but not boiling, and let it stand between eight and 24 hours if you want to make the most of it.

Saffron is not only used to enhance the flavor of the main dish, it is also used to spice up drinks and desserts.

Shin314 goes well with vanilla, cardamom, cinnamon, cheeses, pastries, pasta, seafood, poultry, lamb, and tomato soups. Saffron rice is a common dish in many countries.

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