This is a simple, flavorful recipe for roast chicken – an age-old comfort food. Feel free to play around with the amount of saffron, curry, ghee and seasonings you use. If you like it hot, a dash of cayenne added to the mix will do nicely. The pan juices make wonderful gravy and the chicken carcass makes delicious bone broth!
This healthy saffron and herb-flavored butter is great for cooking or to use as you would butter in a recipe. It’s great with grains, potatoes, and melted over dal, legumes, meats and vegetables.
This simple soup is comforting, nourishing and delicious. Round out the meal with a hot, crusty French baguette and a simple side of dressed salad greens. For additional flavors reminiscent of the Mediterranean, consider using either Italian or Herbes de Provence Spiced Ghee.
This wonderful recipe is a lot simpler than you might think. The combination of white wine, garlic-ghee, Kashmiri Saffron and Pecorino Romano will have you coming back to it quite often. The cheese is salty – adding additional salt is optional.
Halwa is a rich, incredibly delicious Indian dessert typically made from semolina, grains or nuts cooked in milk with sugar and ghee, Here, we’ve used easily purchased, blanched almond flour to make it simple and have flavored it with the addition of the finest Kashmiri Saffron. A little goes a long way!
Known also as Payasam, Kheer is a richly delicious and very famous Indian rice pudding. It’s naturally thinner and not as sweet as typical American rice pudding. The addition of Kashmiri Saffron adds depth and elegance to this Indian classic. Serve warm, room temperature or chilled.