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    Question Cooking Okra

    Hi everyone,

    Can anyone tell me what the best way to cook okra is? I was thinking of just pan frying it. . . maybe with a touch of olive oil? what about spices?

    Also, should I cook them whole, or cut them up? I've never actually had it before, but bought some to try. . . . now I need your help

    Thanks in advance,
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    Im 8 years late but whatever...

    I usually cut em up and stir fry with onions, garlic, diced tomatoes, black pepper, a tad of salt, in olive oil. Quite tasty, one of my faves. Goes well with rice and your protien meat.

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    Originally Posted by fled View Post
    Im 8 years late but whatever...

    I usually cut em up and stir fry with onions, garlic, diced tomatoes, black pepper, a tad of salt, in olive oil. Quite tasty, one of my faves. Goes well with rice and your protien meat.
    Talk about a bump.
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    OP could have mastered the art of preparing OKRA by now lol.. nice bump
    The snozzberries taste like snozzberries!

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    Originally Posted by cut.copy View Post
    Talk about a bump.
    i see that bump & i will raise you one, usually, you cut them then wash, stir fry with some tomato sauce and onions some herbs. good luck.

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