Quality ProductsSalt and Spices
Saffron bulbs caliber "A" 50 units15,25 â‚¬
Saffron Bulbs Caliber "B" 100 Units15,25 â‚¬
Jar 0,5 gr. select saffron2,95 â‚¬
Pot 0.50 gr. Ecological Saffron3,60 â‚¬
Saffron Box 0.50 gr wedding gifts3,10 â‚¬
Oil with saffron jar 25cl original weddings5,95 â‚¬
Spice 10 gr. Saffron Select17,85 â‚¬
Case 0,25 gr. Saffron Select1,90 â‚¬
Black Chocolate with Saffron3,50 â‚¬
10 kgs Saffron Bulbs Caliber "A" (approx 1500u)100,00 â‚¬
Salt and Spices There are 13 products.
Oregano from Sicily (Italy) Intense and unique perfume due to the particular saline air To flavor pizzas, capreses, meats or fish Presented in a glass jarUnit Price3,00 â‚¬
Glass Jar of Paprika of the Vera Sweet Mixture of the grinding of 2 sweet peppers, Ã‘ora and Jaranda Freshly ground paprika and peppers of the new season Suitable for many spoon stews and meat preparations ExtremeÃ±o product, comes from Caceres Dried peppers on oak embers which gives a smoky touchUnit Price3,00 â‚¬
Performance x 1gr: 50 individual portions Food Handicrafts from AragÃ³n Healthy properties: Digestive, vision, etc. Baluarte of Slow Food Saffron of last harvest, Cat. Superior Uses: Can be used in all kinds of stews, soups, rice dishes , sauces, desserts, etc. Gold Star to Professional Excellence Great Quality Saffron Award International to Superior Quality Taste Award, Outstanding Qualification Presented in glass canister Gastronomic Properties: Color, Taste and Aroma Unit Price47,00 â‚¬
Metal Can 75gr spicy Paprika of the Vera Made with the milling of variety Jeromin pepper Peppers of the new season Freshly ground paprika Indicated for stewing and meat preparations Coming from Extremadura, province of Caceres Peppers dried on oak embers which gives the smoked touch so particular of this type of paprikaUnit Price2,50 â‚¬
Spices have always played a very important role in the diet of human beings, they have been used both to preserve and to season food.
Spices are substances of vegetable origin that are used to season and preserve food. They have a great flavoring capacity, so they are usually used in small quantities, and can be mixed together to achieve different combinations. Most come from Asia, although there are also some from the Mediterranean and America.
Saffron, pepper, paprika, cardamom, clove, oregano, walnut and cinnamon are some of the most consumed spices in the world.
The great civilizations of the Ancient Age also used spices in various ways: the Egyptians used them as a condiment, but also as cosmetics and even in lotions related to embalming.
Greeks and Romans used spices in medicine, in the kitchen and in some religious celebrations.
In the Middle Ages , there is a decrease in the use of spices in European cuisine, while Arabs stand out for the use and knowledge of these products.
Spices have also played an important role in the preparation of sauces , whose first references we find in medieval times.
In the 18th and 19th centuries, the first industrial sauces began to be manufactured, in which spices played a prominent role in obtaining different flavors and differentiating them from the competition.
The trade in spices supposed wealth and power. For this reason, it has been one of the tasks to which most societies have dedicated themselves, and especially those that developed on both shores of the Mediterranean.
The Egyptians were the first to seek the route to the East, but it was the Phoenicians who first established a spice market and established the so-called "Spice Route" strong>.
This town, eminently navigator, had for a long time the monopoly of this trade, since they were the only ones who knew the exact origin of the spices and did not share the secret with anyone.
Subsequently, the Romans established an annual route from the eastern coast of Egypt to the Moluccan Islands.
This route started in April and returned in October, to take advantage of the monsoons. They also used a land route, the Silk Road, to trade in spices.
The fall of the Western Roman Empire and the conquest of Alexandria by Islam led to a decline in the trade of spices by Europeans, an activity that began to recover with the Crusades.
We must underline the role of Genoa and Venice, which owe much of their prosperity at this time to the trade of these products.
It has always been said that Columbus discovered America thanks to spices. And it is true. Christopher Columbus was looking for an alternative route to reach the Indies and not depend on the caravans that crossed Asia.
But he not only discovered the alternative route, but also a new continent, new foods - like potatoes or tomatoes - and new spices - like the allspice or vanilla -.
For its part, the Portuguese, also looking for an alternative to the Mediterranean border Africa , discovering on the way several unknown spices.
Currently, it is easy to find a large number of spices in all corners of the planet and enjoy them to flavor our dishes.