Easily prepare an array of culinary creations that will explode with spicy, multi-dimensional flavor.
Umami is the fifth taste and amplifies how we experience sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. Think of it as the conductor that makes all of the flavors sing in harmony.
I created Fifth Taste Foods™ to put the power of oo’mämē™ in everyone’s kitchen. The goal is to empower cooks, regardless of experience level, to prepare and enjoy great tasting, spicy, authentic food. Pick up a jar of oo’mämē – the ultimate chile infusion – and use it as your secret ingredient to connect with the people you love.
– Mark Engel | Founder + CEO
spice it up with oo'mämē
Add oo'mämē to yogurt for a low-fat alternative to cream-based recipes.
Broaden your horizons past cashew, almond, and peanut butters by adding a spoonful of oo'mämē.
Add oo'mämē to some honey to create a spicy sauce, dip, or zesty glaze.
Bring a little Mexican or Asian flair to any sour cream based dip or dish.
Spice up your basic condiments with a spoon and a stir.
Turn your plain mayo into spicy, gourmet aioli.
Easily make any dish delicious and add global flair to your Keto, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Low Sodium, and All-Natural diets.
I have fried with the oil, marinated with the other ingredients, barbecued, braised, and baked with it. oo'mämē has transformed my kitchen. My family says they feel like they're in a restaurant. I'd go on more but I've got to go cook dinner.
There was left over pasta in my fridge when I got home last night and I made two bowls of “peanut sauce pasta.” One Chinese and one Mexican. It was the simplest and most delicious thing I have made in a long while with only 3 things. Then I mixed it with some plain hummus and boom – really, really great addition to many dishes.
The Chinese Chile Infusion is truly a unique product! Better than Sriracha, Sambal, and Hoisin combined. oo'mämē is my new secret ingredient as it elevates my simple, everyday dishes to another dimension!
I put this stuff on everything I eat!
The Mexican oo'mämē is a condiment of wonder. Every taste offers up a little mystery to compliment whatever I put it on. A little spicy, a little sweet, a little nutty, and a little something I can't name. I endeavor to use it in as many dishes as I possibly can.