Purelyagro Ogbono Whole Top Quality Original Ogbono For Authentic Ogbono Soup Whole Ijaw Draw
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Ogbono Seeds

Introducing our premium Ogbono seeds – the heart of traditional African cuisine! Harvested with care and packaged for your culinary delight, these rich, aromatic seeds are a must-have for any kitchen.

Ogbono seeds, also known as Irvingia gabonensis or African bush mango seeds, are the secret ingredient that adds a unique, nutty flavor and thick, luscious texture to your soups and stews. These seeds are a staple in West African cooking, especially in Nigerian and Cameroonian cuisine.

Our Ogbono seeds are carefully sourced, processed, and packaged to ensure the highest quality. They are packed with essential nutrients and healthy fats, making them a nutritious addition to your meals.

Whether you're a seasoned chef or just starting your culinary journey, our Ogbono seeds will elevate your dishes to a whole new level. Unlock the authentic taste of Africa with these seeds, perfect for preparing the traditional Ogbono soup, or adding depth to your favorite recipes. Taste the richness of Africa with every bite. Make Ogbono seeds a part of your kitchen, and experience the essence of African cuisine like never before.

Preparation and uses:


Ogbono seeds are incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of dishes. Here are some common uses:

  1. Ogbono Soup: The most famous and traditional use of Ogbono seeds is in the preparation of Ogbono soup, a popular West African delicacy. The seeds are ground into a fine powder and then used to thicken and flavor the soup, creating a rich, hearty, and nutty taste.
  1. Thickening Agent: Ogbono seeds can be used as a natural thickening agent in other African soups and stews, such as Egusi soup. The ground seeds add a unique texture and flavor to the dish.
  1. Seasoning: You can use Ogbono seeds to season and flavor a wide range of dishes. Simply add a small amount of the ground powder to your marinades, sauces, or gravies to infuse them with a distinct African taste.

Preparation Instructions for Ogbono Soup:


- 1/2 cup of Ogbono seeds

- 1/2 cup of palm oil

- 1 pound of assorted meats (beef, goat, or chicken)

- 2 cups of assorted vegetables (okra, spinach, or bitter leaf)

- 2 tablespoons of ground crayfish

- 1 medium-sized onion, chopped

- 2-3 scotch bonnet peppers (adjust to your spice preference)

- Seasoning cubes or powder

- Salt to taste

- Water


  1. Roast the Ogbono Seeds: Heat a dry skillet over medium heat and add the Ogbono seeds. Roast them for a few minutes, stirring constantly, until they release a nutty aroma and slightly change color. Be careful not to burn them.

  1. Grind the Ogbono Seeds: Allow the roasted seeds to cool, and then grind them into a fine powder using a spice grinder or mortar and pestle.

  1. Prepare the Meats: In a large pot, cook the assorted meats with chopped onions, seasoning cubes, and salt until they are tender and well-cooked. Add water as needed to create a rich meat stock.

  1. Add Vegetables and Peppers: Once the meats are ready, add the chopped vegetables and scotch bonnet peppers to the pot. Cook until the vegetables are tender.

  1. Thicken the Soup: Gradually stir in the ground Ogbono seeds and palm oil. The Ogbono will thicken the soup and give it a smooth texture. Continue to cook for a few more minutes, stirring constantly.

  1. Season and Serve: Add ground crayfish, adjust the seasoning with more salt and seasoning cubes if necessary, and let the soup simmer for a few minutes to meld the flavors. Serve hot with your choice of fufu, eba, pounded yam, or rice.

Enjoy the delicious, hearty, and flavorful Ogbono soup, prepared with the finest Ogbono seeds, and savor the taste of West African cuisine at its best.


Uda Seeds

Introducing our premium Uda Seeds, the aromatic treasure of African and Middle Eastern cuisines! Uda Seeds, also known as Negro Pepper or Xylopia aethiopica, are a culinary delight that adds a burst of unique, peppery flavor to your dishes.

Hand-picked from the finest sources, our Uda Seeds are carefully selected to ensure exceptional quality. These seeds are a vital ingredient in many traditional dishes, known for their bold, spicy taste and distinctive aroma.

Uda Seeds are prized for their versatile culinary applications. They can be used in various ways to enhance the flavor of your meals:

  1. Flavorful Spice: Uda Seeds are known for their strong, pungent flavor. When crushed or ground, they can be used as a spice to season soups, stews, and marinades, creating a distinctive taste that sets your dishes apart.
  1. Medicinal Uses: In addition to their culinary benefits, Uda Seeds have been traditionally used in herbal medicine for their potential health benefits. They are believed to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and digestive properties.
  1. Aromatic Touch: Uda Seeds also lend a delightful aroma to your cooking. When added to your dishes, they infuse the air with a captivating fragrance, making the entire cooking experience a sensory delight.

Whether you're preparing a hearty African soup, a Middle Eastern dish, or experimenting with international cuisine, our Uda Seeds are an essential addition to your spice collection. Elevate your culinary creations and explore the bold, exotic flavors of Africa and the Middle East with our premium Uda Seeds. Make every meal a memorable experience with the enticing aroma and taste of these exceptional seeds.