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Nikrang saffron

Nikrang saffron as a special company which is equipped with a professional and advanced laboratory to analyses saffron, has obtained a great number of certificates and export documents. Hence, recently it has been ready to export saffron to different areas around the world.
Nikrang saffron has been known as one of the best companies which export saffron internationally.
All the saffron in this center is produced under the supervision and control of our experts and reaches the market without intermediaries.

How to infuse saffron

To avoid unwanted surprises from fake saffron, you should always buy original saffron threads or powders from valid sources. You can then use both whole threads and powder freshly ground in a mortar for cooking.
If you use saffron threads, then you should submerge them in a liquid. The longer it remains the better the color and flavour will be. If you use heat during the process, you'll reduce the smell.
Saffron releases its fragrance and color slowly. That's why you need a mortar and a bit of cold water or ice to get everything into the food in its entirety, evenly and gently. Crush the saffron in a mortar and then add it to some water, wine, vinegar, milk, soup, etc. To preserve the saffron aroma as much as possible, the liquid should not be warmer than 45 degrees.


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Medicinal benefits of saffron

Saffron is made by extracting essential oils from pure saffron threads.
The result is an intensely flavored extract that can be used to add color and flavor to a variety of dishes. It has a deep red-orange color and an intense aroma with hints of honey, hay and grassy notes.
Saffron is not only a golden-yellow coloring spice, but also a highly potent remedy. At the same time, the spice is effective for depression and PMS.
Its taste can range from slightly sweet to bitter and is often described as earthy and nutty.


  • Benefits of Saffron

    Saffron contains an impressive variety of botanicals that act as antioxidants—molecules that protect your cells from free radicals and oxidative stress. Safran’s notable antioxidants include crocin, crocetin, safranal, and kaempferol.

  • Saffron fakes and substitutes

    The fact that saffron is partly as expensive as gold has always led people to bring fakes onto the market. In order to get really good and, above all, high-quality, genuine saffron, you should exercise caution when shopping!

  • tips about quality of saffron

    Originating in West or Central Asia, saffron quickly made its way to the Mediterranean. Today it is built in many regions of the world. The best quality depends on the nature of the soil and the production technique (drying and storage).