Lingonberry drink concentrate.
Makes a tasty drink for kids and adults.
Just add water to taste, 1 part concentrate to 4 parts water or to taste.
For an adult version: fill up a glass with ice cubes, add 1 part vodka and 1 part lingonberry concentrate and top off with seltzer water. Add frozen lingonberries or cranberries for a nice touch and mint leaves.
Ingredients: sugar, lingonberries.
Used in Scandinavia instead of vanilla extract. This is powdered sugar flavored with real vanilla bean. The black specks from the vanilla bean is visible in the powder. Add a little to your whipped cream!
Vanilla Dessert Sauce. Makes 7 servings
Mix with milk and serve with a warm apple pie or rhubarb and strawberry pie. Use less milk, maybe half, and use as vanilla custard in layered Swedish strawberry cake with whipped cream or in Princess cake. Delicious either way!
Ingredients: sugar, corn starch, modified food starch, coconut oil, salt , sodium caseinate (milk protein), artificial flavor (vanillin), colored with beta carotene.
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A delicious preserve. Try with pancakes, toast, musli.
Ingredients: Gooseberries, sugar, pectin, citric acid, potassium sorbate.
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Spanish Saffron Use for baking or cooking traditional dishes like Paella and saffron buns.
Considered the most expensive spice in the World and is derived from the Crocus flower. Each plant has 4 flowers and each flower has 3 stigmas which makes the spice. Each stigma has to be hand picked and it takes an enormous amount of flowers to make up 1gram of saffron
This jar contains 1.7g, or 0.06oz. Many cheaper ones contain a third of the weight.
To make a delicious seafood soup using saffron us this Link.
This is a great price guaranteed. Here are some price examples out there: World Market $4.99 for 0.50g, Walmart $17.74 for 1.7g, eBay $13.49 for 1.7g