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The use of yellow food colouring became very popular in Spain as a substitute for saffron, an ingredient that, during the lean years, was inaccesible to most families. Contrary to what most people may think, this yellow food colouring only adds colour to rice dishes, stews or desserts, but no flavour at all.
Uses: All kinds of rice dishes, stews and sauces.
Dosage: A teaspoon is enough for four servings.
|Ingredients:||Corn flour, colour (tartrazine E-102, 14%) and salt. E-102|