Garam Masala is a blend of ground spices common in Northern Indian cuisine. “Garam” means “heat” in the Ayurvedic sense that it heats the body.

The spices used in Garam Masala vary regionally, but generally contain a blend of black & white peppercorns, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, bay leaves, and cumin.

Featured in our Indian Spice Madam box and great for lamb or beef stews, like our Moroccan Lamb Tagine recipe!




This is like regular paprika’s sexy older sister!

Paprika is used in Hungarian, South American and Spanish dishes.

The smoky, sweet flavor of this ground chile will tease your senses and add a beautiful bite to salsas, over hummus or tossed in roasted veggies.


When you sign-up for a Spice Madam subscription, you’ll receive a curated box of global spices, recipes, music and fun facts to explore, discover & experience a different destination every month.


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Your month-long culinary adventure begins!

Each box is curated with love by The Spice Madam team!

We carefully research & then test out the recipes to:

1. Ensure that we highlight the best of each destination’s flavors

2. Provide you the best options for you to re-create the recipes at home

3. To truly give you the best culinary adventure and experience!

You will receive 3-4 packets of spices with enough spice to make the dishes for 4-6 people in the included recipes. Our recipes include vegetarian & gluten-free options to fit any diet or preference.

Truly a culinary adventure — play the music to set the mood while you cook, make unique recipes, learn fun cultural facts & enjoy the spices of the world!

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