Sooya Spice Mix
Egusi Melon Seeds
Iru Locust Beans
Olu Olu® Sooya Spice is a super-tasty and cunningly spicy, tropical rarity. Popular in West-Africa, this special blend of some of the rarest and most exotic spices West-Africa has to offer, is traditionally used in preparation of an ‘African Kebab’ called ‘Suya’ or to season and marinate chicken, fish and other dishes. Go Ahead… Try something different and experiment with this truly flavoursome spice.
Cayenne Pepper, Crushed Peanuts, White Peppercorn, Black Peppercorn, African Birds Eye Chilli, Ginger, Salt, Coriander, Rosemary, Sage, Onion, Nutmeg, Garlic, Uziza, Locust Beans, Citrus Peel, Bay Leaves, Paprika, Cinnamon, Turmeric, Cloves
120g / 250g
Olu Olu® Pepper Soup Spice is another super-tasty and cunningly spicy, tropical rarity. Popular in West-Africa, this special blend of some of the rarest and most exotic spices West-Africa has to offer, is traditionally used in preparation of an broth / meal called ‘Pepper Soup’. It is also used to season and marinate chicken, fish and other dishes. Go Ahead… Try something different and experiment with this truly flavoursome spice.
Olu Olu® now offers premium quality Dried Crayfish. They're versatile; you can use them as a stand-alone ingredient or in soups, pasta dishes like crayfish ravioli, as part of your salad dressing or as part of a garnish for a main course.
Olu Olu® now offers premium quality Dried Prawns. They're versatile; you can use them as a stand-alone ingredient or in soups, stews, pasta dishes like prawn ravioli, as part of your salad dressing or as part of a garnish for a main course.
Olu Olu® Kola Nut is a medicinal nut, popular across the world but hard to obtain. This nut is very high in caffeine and has a bitter flavour. It is chewed in many West African cultures, to restore vitality and ease hunger pangs. It is often used religiously and ceremonially, presented to chiefs or important guests at weddings and parties.
Olu Olu® Melon Seeds is another rare tropical ingredient, popular in Africa and Asia. It is traditionally used in preparation of magaj puddings, curry’s, paella and tropical soups such as Egusi soup. Made from organic melons with crisp succulent flesh that ooze with sugary sweet juices, these seeds are handpicked, washed and sun-dried for that perfect sun-kissed, crisp texture.
100% Natural – Nothing Artificial
Vegan & Vegetarian Approved
Vegan Protein Source
Powerhouse of Nutrients
Supports Immune & Cardiovascular systems
Sustains Healthy Skin, Nails and Nerves
African Melon Seeds
450g / 900g
Olu Olu® Iru is another rare tropical ingredient, popular across the globe. These dried fermented beans are an uncommon seasoning or condiment used in Africa to flavour stews and soups. The fermentation process, which these beans go through leave them packed with a high level of nutrients and anti-oxidants. Go ahead… Try this unique tasting nutritional powerhouse new today.
Olu Olu® Wild African Mango Seeds is a rare, tropical ingredient. This is different from the seed found in the mangoes readily available at your local grocery store; it’s traditionally used in preparation of ethnic stews and soups (such as Ogbono, Akpom and Ugiri); and is known to have many medicinal benefits.
Olu Olu® Bay leaves are used in cooking for their distinctive flavour and fragrance. They’re used in soups, stews, meat, seafood, vegetable dishes, and sauces. The leaves are most often used whole and removed before serving. They can also be crushed or ground before cooking. Crushed bay leaves impart more of their desired fragrance, but should be put in a muslin bag or tea infuser.
Bay leaves can be used to flavour vinegars and pâtés, and in pickling and marinades. Long cooking draws out the aroma of this herb and most braised, poached and stewed dishes benefit from the addition of a bay leaf, as do soups, stocks and risottos. Add a bay leaf when braising red or pickled cabbage, to poaching liquid for fish, or to infuse the milk for custard or rice pudding.
90g / 180g
Olu Olu® Bitter Leaf is used in cooking for their distinctive flavour and fragrance. They’re used in soups, stews, meat, seafood, vegetable dishes, and sauces. The leaves are most often used whole, crushed, ground or blended into the cooking. Crushed bitter leaves impart more of their desired fragrance, but should be put in a muslin bag or tea infuser.
Here is another rare tropical ingredient, popular in North and West Africa. This seed is the special ingredient in African delicacies Suya, Shitto and Pepper Soup. The pods are crushed and added whole to soups or stews, then removed before serving the food. Smoked pods can be ground before being used as a spice rub for fish. In northern Cameroon it is one of three spices added to tea, along with dried ginger and cloves.
Grains of Selim
DID YOU KNOW?
The term Uda refers to Grains of Selim which is also known by a plethora of names such as Askimba pepper, African pepper, Moor pepper, Negro pepper, Kani pepper, Kili pepper, Sénégal pepper, Ethiopian pepper, Hwentia and Guinea pepper. The seeds lend an aromatic note with a musky, nutmeg like taste. In Ghana, it is referred to as "hwentia" and is used in making shito - spicy black pepper sauce.
200g / 400g
This is our 100% natural and organic crushed peanut powder. Perfect as a topping, dressing or for cooking. In Africa peanut powder is often used to prepare traditional stews and broths. This is the ideal addition to your smoothie, yoghurt, pudding, soup mix or baking recipe. Try using this protein packed powder today.
DID YOU KNOW?
Peanut powder is one of the most versatile powders you can get. The can use it to make Smoothie’s, Pancakes, Stews, Soups, Broths, Pies, Sauces, Ice Cream, Cookies, Muffins and Bread to name a few; you can also add it to your cereal or porridge. Many people also use our peanut powder to prepare cereal bars and protein shakes.
250g / 500g