Golden as a sparkling star, this symphony of flavors appears. A blend of fantastic flavours, with juicy tasty pears matched with golden saffron and a bit of chilli heat. A delicious, festive blend of sweet and spicy flavors that's perfect for your cheese platters! A nice jam perfect for the cheese tray, tasty and beautiful yellow-red. So add some sparkle to the festivities with this unique and delicious jam. Invite your friends and family to a unique experience that they won't soon forget.
Golden like a cornfield and crispy like a freshly harvested radish, this fruity, fresh and pleasant jam boasts when the winter sun's rays paint the landscape. Cooked from juicy, ripe pears and enriched with golden saffron, this amazing yellow-red marmalade will delight your guests. The addition of a touch of chilli makes it extra special, and we're confident it will become a new family favourite.
Feel free to try it with a cold venison pie or mince pie, for an unconventional, but oh so tasty combination! Make your dinners or buffets exclusive and delicious with this golden taste experience! Be adventurous – experience the wonderful combination of sweet and spicy cooking delicious food for your family and friends. Let our Pear Jam with Saffron give a magical, sparkling touch to all your moments around the dinner table.
Served at the Nobel Party 2017
Goes well with Gorgonzola, Brie, Stilton, feel free to try it with a cold venison pie or mince pie
Pear (Pyrus communis) is a species in the pear genus, which grows in temperate climates. Pears are grown for the sake of the fruit, and are almost as hardy as apples
The pear has probably been cultivated as long as the apple tree and existed in Greece as early as 1,000 years BC. In Sweden, pear seeds have been found in grave finds from the Neolithic and cultivation has been known since the Middle Ages. During the Middle Ages, pears were grown in Sweden, and in the 18th century there were many varieties, e.g. bergamot and August pear. The gray pear with its thick, rough skin and sweet, juicy flesh is also old, as is the now rare pear, which Per Brahe is said to have introduced from Germany.
Saffron , which comes from the pistil marks of the saffron crocus, is the most precious of all spices. It takes at least 100,000-150,000 crocuses, which must be picked and cleaned by hand, to extract 1 kg of dried saffron. The earliest mention of saffron is on Sumerian clay tablets from the 4th century BC. Saffron has also been used for dyeing textiles. Throughout the ages, saffron has been subject to counterfeiting, but we use genuine saffron for its good taste and beautiful color.
Ingredients: Pear*, raw cane sugar*(30%), lemon*, fresh chili*, pectin, saffron* (*Organic ingredients)
Fruit amount 69 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 753 kJ/176 kcal; Fat 0.1 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 44 g (of which sugars 43 g); Protein 0.3 g; Salt 0.04 g
Saffron, Pear, Glitter, Festive, sweet and spicy, unique taste experience
Bra kombination av smaker och lagom söt.
Tack så mycket för dina vänliga ord, Cecilia! Det gläder mig att höra att du gillade symfonin av smaker i min Päronmarmelad med saffran. Vi strävar efter att skapa en härlig smakupplevelse med var och en av våra produkter och det är underbart att veta att vi lyckades med denna. Tack för att du tog dig tid att dela din upplevelse med oss.
Mycket god. Passar nog väldigt bra till småkakor, typ Hallongrotta
Tack för att du provade min Päronmarmelad med saffran, Odd och för att du lämnade en så positiv recension. Jag är glad att höra att du gillade den! Det är underbart att veta att den passar bra ihop med kakor, som Hallongrotta. Tack än en gång för ditt stöd.