Spice Locations in Genshin Impact

If you need to know where to buy and how to farm Spice in Genshin Impact, we have a detailed guide to help!
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Genshin Impact is an action, RPG where players explore the world of Teyvat and seek knowledge from The Seven, the gods of each element, as players journey through the storyline. While playing, players can collect various materials throughout the regions that are used later in the game. If you need to know how to get Spice in Genshin Impact, we have a detailed guide to assist in obtaining this item.

Spice Locations – Where to Buy

To buy Spice, it can purchased from the vendor Ashpazi (Sumeru), Azalai (Sumeru), Jut (Sumeru), Lambad (Sumeru), and Rama (Sumeru) for 540 Mora. You can then use this ingredient in the creation of food dishes, and those food dishes typically have a positive impact on player or party members once consumed.

Spice Processing Recipe

You can make Spice by processing 2x Harra Fruit for 1 minute will yield 1x Spice. Processing involves using at least one ingredient and the passage of time to turn an ingredient (or a set of ingredients) into a new ingredient.

Spice Recipes

These are the current recipes that you can make using Spice. The game describes this ingredient as: “A seasoning with varied flavors. It is made from dried Harra Fruits and can enrich the taste of a dish. Therefore, Sumeru locals say, “Spice goes well with anything”.

  • Biryani
  • Butter Chicken
  • Curry Shrimp
  • Masala Cheese Balls
  • Panipuri
  • Samosa
  • Shawarma Wrap
  • Show Me the Mora
  • Tandoori Roast Chicken

More Genshin Impact Cooking Ingredients

If you want to learn how to get other Cooking Ingredients, check out our guides below!

We hoped this helped you figure out how to get Spice in Genshin Impact and made it so you could craft an item/make a recipe with ease. You can check out more of our Genshin Impact coverage as well as our Genshin Impact codes.

Christine Mielke

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