All posts by: Antonio Sotos

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Lamb curry, also known as Rogan Josh, is one of India’s most typical meat dishes. Each chef makes the dish based on his/her favourite spices, but nevertheless, saffron is not usually missing from the dish. In our case, saffron from La Mancha and from India, saffron from the Kashmir region.   We have taken this […]

We’re bringing a recipe with which to wow your guests. A gourmet dish which screams luxury and decadence, easy to prepare and which does not require take ages to prepare. It has it all. It is nutritious, healthy and simple. A real wow dish for the palate. We suggest some scallops in saffron sauce. Are […]

If you like gin, today we’re suggesting a distinctive gin and tonic.  A cocktail as simple as is subtle, in which saffron plays a starring role. Our Saffron Gin Tonic proposal has nothing to do with the gin and tonic that is often seen in countless bars, in which the gin is reduced to another […]

Pumpkin soup is one of those recipes which either can be a super delicious dish or taste as dull as dishwater.  That depends on how much “love” goes into its making. There are as many pumpkin soup recipes as there are chefs in the world because, as the saying in culinary slang goes, “there’s more […]

We’ve just welcomed autumn and although the weather is not precisely autumn-like, one already fancies dishes which are more typical for this time of year. For that reason, today we’re bringing you a delicious Saffron migas ruleras (fried breadcrumbs) recipe.   The first consideration to be taken into account before donning on an apron and […]

This pumpkin and saffron vegan custard recipe is a delicious, healthy and easy-to-make dessert. Making a vegan custard, that is, without any ingredient of animal origin, is very simple. Just substitute the eggs for cornstarch and use your favourite vegetable drink. We’ve opted for almond milk and coconut milk. You’ll love the result!   Ingredients […]

If you’re mad about saffron and you’re amazed by everything in relation to this wonderful spice, then you must read these 5 books on saffron. Our proposal is literature from which to learn about aspects related to the saffron’s history, legend, botany, cultivation, gastronomic uses … However, if you’re a chronic reader, there are novels […]

  Monkfish (or anglerfish) is a white fish which is also known as “toadfish”, pejesapo or Pixín, depending on the area where one lives. It is a scaleless fish and, although in the past, it was regarded with contempt by fishermen, however, nowadays, its flesh is much appreciated.   Today’s proposed recipe is saffron monkfish […]

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