Your Quad Box Selection for January

The SpiceBreeze Quad Box is the first spice subscription box that let you choose your preferred dishes. 

You have already the flexibility to choose between several ingredients for each culinary spice kit. With our new feature, SpiceBreeze Quad Box subscriber get even more options.

These 2 are In - For Sure

From the 4 culinary spice kits that are included in a SpiceBreeze Quad Box, 2 are the same as in the smaller SpiceBreeze Duo Box.

When a spice shop owner in North Africa uses its magic to create an extraordinary spice blend, it is called Ras El Hanout, “head of the shop”. Serve your favorite Ras El Hanout-meat on a bed of mashed white carrots and turnips.

Mǎyǐshàngshù from the Chinese province Sichuan:  In its classic version, thin glass noodles, also called bean threads, soak up a sauce made with ground meat. We used easier to find thin spaghetti and optional healthy vegetables. 

Ras El Hanout

Your Selection to Choose Dish # 3 & # 4

Two culinary spice kits are unique for the SpiceBreeze Quad Box and can be tailored to your taste.

Each month, you can select your preferred two additional culinary spice kits from several dishes or discover our table-top spice of the month. The monthly selection is available in your account on the days notified by email.

How It Works

1. Choose

2. Login

3. Check

Check out all options for the current recipe spice kits and the spice of the month here below.

Login to your SpiceBreeze account: click here

On top of your account page, check the boxes for your 2 preferred choices.

Indian Masoor Dal

On a cold evening, this easy and fast Indian lentil soup will lighten up your mood. Its warming spice blend will cover your home with an exotic breeze and transfer you into a dream of wellness and relaxation. Coconut milk adds a hint of sweetness. Select from plenty of toppings to make it your personal feel-good-favorite.
Masoor Dal

Uruguayan Chimichurri Rojo

Chimichurri Chicken by SimplyStacieBlog

Chimichurri Rojo is the red version of this savory sauce with plenty of parsley. It’s very popular as a BBQ condiment in Uruguay and Argentina, the neighbors of the Rio de la Plata. Everyone mixes its own version. So, feel free to use more or fewer tomatoes, garlic, and chili flakes. Make this recipe for marinated fish or chicken, or serve the sauce with any grilled meat or vegetables.

Brazilian Açaí Bowl

Açaí berries come from açaí palm trees that grow in the Amazonian rainforest. It’s told that they are named after an Amazonian girl. The fruits are an indispensable part of the Brazilian diet. In some regions, the dinner table is not complete without a bowl of açaí pulp as a filling side dish. Our take on the Açaí Bowl adds the benefits of the trendy super fruit with açaí powder. This recipe is for 2 servings.

Acai Bowl

Persian Khoresh Fesenjan

Khoresh Fesenjan is one of the best dishes of the Persian cuisine and part of the dinner table on Shabe Yalda when families come together. Enjoy the creamy richness with a tangy flavor and a hint of sweetness.


Arubian Keshi Yena

Keshi Yena

Keshi Yena is very popular in Aruba and Curaçao. It’s said that slaves invented this dish. They filled the shell of large Edam or Gouda cheese with whatever leftovers they could find. 

Tabletop Spice of the Month:

Grains of Paradise

The peppercorn ‘Grains of Paradise’, also known as ‘Guinea Pepper’, is native to West Africa. Most of the pepper is coming from Ghana.  The seeds are brown reddish and turn grey when ground. Their taste has a earthy note with a hint of flowers and cardamom. 



Grains of Paradise