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Give the Gift of Travel to the Foodie in Your Life!

gift box of 4 flavors of oo’mämē chile crisp on burlap background

$36.00 Including Free Shipping

Four flavors in 4-ounce jars with Gift Box

oo'mämē Where EVERY BITE is an Adventure!

chinese, mexican, indian and moroccan oo’mämē chile crisp on white plate
dumplings in bamboo steamer, chinese lanterns, red snapper with oo’mämē marinade on a bed of leeks in a roasting pan

Give the Gift of Culinary Travel

oo’mämē is a premium line of globally inspired Chile Crisp. A one-of-a-kind condiment that unleashes an explosion of spicy umami – that fifth taste that amplifies all others – along with crispy chiles, crunchy nuts & seeds, and a chewy sweet finish. Our flavors represent some of the world’s best culinary cities and regions and celebrate the aromas and tastes of these far-off lands. Travel via culinary creations to Chinese New Year in Szechuan…to Day of the Dead in Oaxaca, Mexico…to the backwaters of Kerala, India…and to the medina in Fez, Morocco.


Indian feast on banana leaf, backwaters of Kerala, Moroccan citrus salad on a black plate

Customer Reviews

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.

— Bob Tamsky

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.

— Brett Tintera, Two Men and a Garden

Absolutely delicious, I already reordered! These condiments are unlike any other that I know of - they remind me of the intense flavor of pan scrapings, except that they're even better - more complex. Low sodium, too. Love OoMame!!

— Charlie Suisman