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It can take up to 250,000 flowers to make one pound of saffron spice, and even the price of saffron isn’t measured by stems of flowers, but by grams or ounces. I visited the Abruzzo region in Italy to find saffron in the fields of Navelli, in the province of L’Aquila. Navelli is about a two-hour-drive to east from Rome, and is known for the best saffron in Italy.
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Saffron is responsible for that distinctive bright yellow color and flavor of Italian risotto milanese, French bouillabaisse, Spanish paella, and Indian biryanis. Like truffles, some find saffron completely intoxicating and addictive. But what is it, why is it the most expensive spice out there, and is it really worth it?
Did you know that saffron is considered one of the most expensive spices in the world? The price of saffron can compete with that of gold. Did you know that it takes over 70,000 flowers to harvest about 500 grams or 1 pound of pure saffron? Saffron is used in many Asian and European cuisines of the world including India. http://fitnspicyliving.com/nutritiontips/detail/38/saffron-precious-strands-brilliant-color
Italian Recipe: Risotto alla Milanese Milan's signature dish is a creamy, saffron-infused risotto that's been a staple in Italian kitchens for centuries. The recipe's origins are mysterious. During the Middle Ages, the Arabs introduced rice to Italy. Italian cuisine was never the same again. At first, it was a luxury that only the rich could afford, but gradually prices leveled out, and even common families came to embrace the versatility of rice.