Ogiri is a food flavoring produced from fermented oil seeds such as egusi seeds.
It has a very strong aromatic smell that sets the whole house on a high pitch.
Perfect for Oha soup, Bitterleaf soup, Ofe-Nsala,
Ogiri is a flavoring made of fermented oil seeds, such as sesame seeds or egusi seeds.
The process and product are similar to iru or douchi. Its smell is like cheese, miso, or stinky tofu.
it is best known in West Africa. It is popular among the Yoruba and Igbo people of Nigeria.