The Spicery Box Review by Chloe – March 2018

This is my third month reviewing the Spicery Box so I knew what to expect through my letterbox. The packaging was the same; it would have been more exciting and intriguing if they changed the packaging up slightly month to month. Apart from this, as always it was practical fitting through my letter box meaning no red cards from Royal Mail.
If you missed my unboxing, you can watch it back here…

Items:

  • Japanese curry powder – £0.69
  • Sesame seeds – £0.69
  • Pickle spices – £0.69
  • Kecap spices – £1.60
  • Sate spices – £0.69
  • Tamarind blend – £0.69
  • Peanut sauce spices – £0.69
  • Vietnamese curry blend – £1.60

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RRP:
Japanese curry recipe – £2.95
Chicken sate recipe – £2.95
Vietnamese curry recipe – £2.95
Total cost of box: £8.00 including delivery
Value of box: £16.19
Saving you £8.19


Subscription Prices:
£24.00 for 3 months (£8.00 per month)
£44.00 for 6 months (£7.33 per month)
£84.00 for 12 months (£7.00 per month)
Types of Subscription Boxes:
Spicery highlights for 2 – Our two favourite recipes from each month’s subscription boxes.
Sunday roasts for 6 – Recipes ranging from Sri Lankan Roast Beef with Cinnamon Masala Potatoes, to Jamaican Jerk Roast Chicken with Sweetcorn Fritters. Includes recipe for the main dish plus tasty sides and condiments.
Meat free for 4 – Delicious and unusual meals which just happen to be meat-free from all over the world.
Date night for 2 – All the fresh spices and recipe cards you need to impress your significant other with a fabulous home-cooked three-course meal.
Indian restaurant favourites for 4 – Recreate the familiar flavours of your favourite Indian restaurant! Recipe and spices for main and sides.
World kitchen explorer for 4 – Take your taste buds on a tour with a main that comes with either a starter or a variety of sides. Or a main with a delectable dessert.
Friday night curry for 4 – Contains all the fresh spices and recipe cards you need to create delicious curries plus sensational side dishes. Inspiration from Spicery’s founder James’ legendary curry club.
Food truck for 4 – We’ve taken inspiration from cutting-edge vendors from food truck capitals to provide you with recipes for mains and sides.
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After cooking
This month I cooked the Japanese curry with jasmine rice. First things first it was delicious! I will definitely be repeating this recipe in the future as it was a big hit in my house. I can only imagine how amazing it would taste in Japan itself, when trying to replicate it at home was such a success.
Final thoughts
Firstly I would like to thank The Spicery for sending me this fantastic box to try. I would never have the confidence to try a recipe like this before receiving this box. It has taught me to give recipes a chance and experiment with different foods and cultures. I would recommend this box to anyone that is looking to try something new and different, improve their cooking skills, experiment with recipes, and have some fun! You can turn this into a family activity by including the children or save it for a date night instead of getting a take away! Not only is the food tasty but it is great value for money too.
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