Spanish spice stars!


Spanish saffron / Toya Legido – ICEX

Regardless of how many incredible agri-food products fill a country’s pantry, no gastronomy would be complete without the special signature spices that make them unique – whether they’re used to create intensely flavorful bases or to add a finishing touch.

Spanish cuisine is no exception to this rule and, not only are two of its most famous spices – saffron and pimentón (Spanish paprika) – absolutely key to many of this country’s most iconic dishes, they have also traveled across Spanish borders to spice-up international cuisine’s far and wide.

So what are the secrets behind these two Spanish spice stars? Find out on Foods and Wines from Spain.


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