SpiceBreeze Food Subscription Review + Coupon – March 2018
SpiceBreeze is a monthly culinary spice kit subscription that features high quality, pure spices from around the world accompanied by simple recipe cards to help you incorporate the new spices into your routine. Choose from the Duo Box that sends two kits each month or the Quad Box that sends four kits each month.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
This is a review of the SpiceBreeze Quad Box, which is $11.85 a month for four kits.
The Subscription Box: SpiceBreeze Quad Box
The Cost: $11.85 per month (or $5.90 per month for the Duo Box)
LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use code MOMSDAY to save $5 off your first box!
COUPON: Use code MSAFIRST25 to save 25% off your first box!
The Products: 4 culinary kits, each including a recipe and the required spices (1-3 pouches per kit)
Ships to: U.S. (free shipping) and Canada (for a small additional fee)
SpiceBreeze Quad March 2018 Review
Each SpiceBreeze Box subscription comes with 2 or 4 culinary spice kits every month.
One SpiceBreeze Kit includes:
- A recipe for a global meal with simple instructions to cook in a few easy steps
- Pre-portioned spices and condiments
- A short shopping list for the fresh ingredients of your choice
Greek Culinary Spice Kit (Mastic Tears)
This kit actually has two different preparations, but you can only make one. It includes “mastic tears” and cardamom, and you have a choice between making a mastic infused oil or grinding it into a powder.
I decided to try the infused oil. Even by following the recipe I found the oil to be extremely pungent and too powerful to enjoy. I love anything that smells like pine, but it was intense.
Greek Culinary Spice Kit (Moussaka)
Moussaka is a casserole made with ground lamb and eggplant, covered in a thick bechamel sauce. This spice blend includes black pepper, thyme, cinnamon and bay leaves. This spice packet contains enough for two dishes…so eat up!
Hungarian Culinary Spice Kit (Gulyas)
Hungary’s national dish gulyas, or goulash, is a hearty soup made with some hefty ingredients like sausage (or beef), potatoes and peppers. The spice blend includes Hungarian paprika, marjoram, black pepper and bay leaves. Grab yourself a bread bowl and get to eating!
Persian Culinary Spice Kit (Kuku Sabzi)
I had a blast making Kuku Sabzi, which is a traditional Persian dish. The spice blend includes turmeric, rosebud, black pepper, cinnamon, cumin, mace, and cardamom. This is similar to a frittata but lighter on the egg and heavier on the filling. The main body consists of fresh parsley, cilantro, and dill. I added some cranberries in the mix as well as a garnish on top. This was a great dish and I’m going to add it to my normal breakfast routine!
Verdict: I was not a big fan of the mastic tears. It may take some experience to use the right amount in a dish to not overdo it because of the potency. The Persian mix was very, very good. I found a new dish to make on the regular for brunch. If the Kuku Sabzi was any indicator I’m looking forward to cooking with the other two spice mixes soon.
To Wrap Up:
Value Breakdown: This box costs $11.85 per month, and I received 4 culinary spice kits in this month’s SpiceBreeze. The value per kit breaks down to $2.96 which I think is a great value since you are receiving the correct amount for each recipe.
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What did you think of the March SpiceBreeze?