RawSpiceBar April 2016 Review + Coupon
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Guest Review Alert- Gigi! Hi everyone! It’s been a couple of months since we got this so sorry for the late review! We’ve been busy with..everything! I’m back again for a guest review of RawSpiceBar. I like to cook homemade, healthy dinners a few times a week and I always love checking out what RawSpiceBar has come up with. April featured the Indo-Persian Spice box.
RawSpiceBar is a spice subscription box, that is only $6.00/month. Every month you get 3-4 premium spices and coordinating recipes every month. Each month features a different region of the world. Each spice mix contains 2-3 ounces and there is enough to make 3 separate dishes serving 8-12 people.
What’s in the box? Each month, they send 3-4 spice blends which are enough to create 3 separate dishes serving 8-12 people. The spice blends will weigh between 2-3 ounces each.
Shipping: RawSpiceBar ships to the US and Canada. Free shipping for both countries.
When does the box ship? Subscriptions ship the first week of the month
RawSpiceBar ships in a cardboard envelope by USPS.
In April, RawSpiceBar traveled to South Asia with recipes and spices inspired by the Indo-Persian fare. This culture’s cusine is full of a broad spectrum of spices, from sweet to salty and warm to spicy. Parsis, who settled on India’s West coast from Iran in the 8-10th centuries, brought with them a rich cooking tradition of stews, meat, sour flavors and dried fruits. The deep, complex, sweet-sour flavors of Parsi cuisine combine beautifully with the deep, earthy spices of Indian flavors.
Jardaloo Ma Murghi (Indo-Persian Chicken Curry): This is a traditional Parsi dish filled with Indian spices and combined with Persian influences of dried apricots and lots of onions. Add some chicken, the spices and follow the recipe for a delicious stew-like dish!
Kachumber Salad: The black salt, cumin and chile blend of spices paired with onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, mint, coriander and lemon juice combine to make a delicious traditional salad – perfect for summer!
Rose & Cardamom Kulfi: Is it yogurt? Is it ice cream? It’s kind of a hybrid.. the recipe calls for milk, sugar, rice or corn flour, pistachios, almonds and the spice blend. Can be served cooled or frozen.
Final Thought: RawSpiceBar is a great subscription for people who love to try new things in their cooking and experience different flavors from around the globe. Each month features a new theme and corresponding spices. It’s only $6.00/month, so what do you have to lose by trying it? If you want to subscribe, use this link with the code SPICEFLAVOR to get your 1st box 50% off.
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