A pinch of saffron has been an integral part of various Indian cuisines especially Kashmiri. Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, commonly known as the "saffron crocus". Saffron is collected ...
Beyond its culinary prowess, saffron has garnered scientific interest for its potential mental health benefits. Read on for details.
Saffron is a spice as well as a colour. It is said that one pound (454 grams) of dried saffron requires 75,000 flowers! The process of collecting is painstaking as well.
We tell you how saffron plays an important role in preventing pain and cramps during periods and how to use it to see effective results
Sweet Saffron Rice Recipe: Janmashtami is one of the most significant festivals of India. On this day, devotees prepare a variety of prasads to pay their obeisance to the deity.
Kesar Ka Paani: Saffron infused water may help you give a healthy start to the day. Know how to make it.
"In the world of nutrition, there is a hidden gem that has been cherished for centuries - saffron tea," says nutritionist Lovneet Batra.
Saffron strands are usually adulterated with dried tendrils of maize cob. You can check the purity of the spice with the help of this video by FSSAI.
On the arid, wind-swept plateau of central Spain, saffron producers are reaping the benefits of a return to favour of the precious spice introduced by Arabs in the Middle Ages.
Here's a list of 7 benefits of saffron, the priceless spice. Saffron is a small, bulbous, perennial spice, a member of the lily family.