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Calendar August 2, 2016 08/02/16 AuthorBy Gigi C Comments 0 Comments 0

RawSpiceBar – Cambodian Spice Box – Review + Coupon

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  I received this box free for review.

Guest Review Alert- Gigi!  Hi everyone!  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.  Here we’re reviewing the Cambodian Spice Box.

RawSpiceBar - Cambodian Spice Box - Review

RawSpiceBar – Cambodian Spice Box – Review

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.

The Details:

Cost: $6.00/month

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

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RawSpiceBar ships in a cardboard envelope by USPS.

In Cambodia, fish and rice, artfully cooked in balanced flavors of salty, sweet, spicy and sour are the heart of the country’s cuisine, which is a culinary mix of Southeast Asian, Chinese, Indian and French influence.  This can be seen and tasted in Cambodia’s diverse array of foods, from tangy mango salads and coconut curries to stir fries and barbecues.  The recipes this month highlight this diversity.

Cambodian Fish Amok: This versatile dish can be made with fish (as in this recipe), chicken, tofu, shrimp, or anything else you wish.  This fish version features white fish (halibut, mahi mahi or cod) gently cooked in a bright yellow, mild coconut curry made from a complex spice blend, kroeung.  Serve over a bed of steamed rice.

A closeup of the Kroeung spices.

Sambal Oelek Paste:  A blend of chilies used in many Cambodian dishes, this can be dialed up or down in intensity depending on your flavor preferences.  Mix the spices with rice vinegar, salt and garlic to make the paste.

A closeup of the Sambal Oelek spices.

Mini Kaffir Lime Tarts: These tarts are made with the Kaffir Lime spices (they smell like bright burst of lime).  Mix together with cream cheese, eggs, sweetened condensed milk and lime juice to make these mini cheesecake like tarts (served in a graham cracker crust).  I can’t wait to make these!

A closeup of the Kaffir Lime spices.

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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This entry was posted in RawSpiceBar Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016 by Gigi C


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