Cooks' Ingredients Saffron Waitrose 0.4g
£62.50 per 10g
Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Soak the saffron strands briefly in a little hot water or some of the
cooking liquid (stock, wine, milk, etc.), and then add to the dish
Alternatively, use ground or crumbled. Use in bouillabaisse, risottos,
paella, fish broths, seafood sauces and cakes
Preparation and Usage
Soak the saffron strands briefly in a little hot water or some of the cooking liquid (stock, wine, milk, etc.), and then add to the dish. Alternatively, use ground or crumbled. Use in bouillabaisse, risottos, paella, fish broths, seafood sauces and cakes.
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Salmon is wonderful in the summer poached and served hot or cold. Then I have made a fresh tasting salad with fennel and a lovely saffron aioli. This recipe makes a little extra aioli, but this is brilliant with lots of different things, like a dip for raw vegetables. By Sophie Michell
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1 hr 5 mins
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