Oma Kitchen was inspired by a desire to open the fridge and whip something up from scratch.

Tired of trawling the internet for trustworthy recipes, we craved the confidence that comes from finding the bridges between flavours — the ability to experiment in the kitchen and create something good enough to eat.

Oma is your place to explore

Taking advice from top chefs around the world, we've mapped the best route to take your cooking to the next level, with just enough guidance to help you develop a taste for adventure. After all, success is that much sweeter when you seasoned it yourself.

Since the journey is just as important as the destination, our explorations consist of three chapters:

The Oma Volume

Marinade in stories, recipes and more, carefully collected within the pages of The Volume - a vibrant journal of ideas from culinary creatives, tailor-made to get your juices flowing.

Authentic Ingredients

Expand your pantry's potential with the authentic flavours of your favourite cuisines as chosen by top chefs.

Video Tutorials

Simmer in our library of video masterclasses, where the world’s best chefs deconstruct classic dishes, unpacking the essential ingredients to reveal their secrets, so you can create with confidence.

More than just a flash in the pan

We’re committed to making a lasting positive impact.

Our packaging is from sustainability focussed Freckl; the box and leaflet are produced with no plastics, water based inks and are 100% recyclable. Whilst we don't control the retail packaging for each ingredient, we always work with our chefs to source the most environmentally conscious products without compromising authenticity. We only deal in long-life pantry produce so we’ll never leave a rotting turnip or smelly cabbage on your doorstep only to end up in the bin. We know we can always do more, so any suggestions are warmly received.

Tortilla Kitchen

Learn to make corn tortillas the proper way with this mini Oma course.
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North Indian Kitchen

North Indian cuisine’s rich, creamy gravies, powerful spices and tendency to use bread over rice makes it truly stand out from the rest of India.
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