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Side Dish
For Okra Mandi you will need okra, green chillies, onion, small eggplant, potato, mustard, oil, urad dhal, and tamarind water to make this side dish okra recipe.
Side dish okra recipes added by Kristine on Nov 6, 2010
Main Dish
For Mexican Okra you will need ground beef, diced onion, tomatoes, chili powder, diced okra, some garlic powder, and some salt and pepper to make this main dish okra recipe.
Main dish okra recipes added by Caroline on Sep 28, 2010
Main Dish
For Okra Curry you will need lady’s fingers, some ginger piece, pepper corns, oil, dry red chilli, cumin seeds, green chilli, coriander, bengal gram flour, curds, some salt, and turmeric to make this main dish okra recipe.
Main dish okra recipes added by MollyDD on Sep 26, 2010
Side Dish
Side dish okra recipe Creole Okra is made with okra, oil, onion chopped, canned tomatoes drained & mashed, and some salt & pepper.
Side dish okra recipes added by MayLoL on Jun 15, 2008
Fish
Bammies quartered, fish, stalks escallion, large onions, pimento seeds, okra chunked, cube chicken bouillon, sprig thyme, large carrot sliced and scalloped, medium tomato chopped, medium irish potato thinly sliced, cho-cho cubed, soya sauce, and some salt white and black pepper are used to cook Brown Stewed Fish and Bammy fish okra recipe.
Fish okra recipes added by RiVD on Feb 14, 2011
Main Dish
Main dish okra recipe Southwestern Chili is made with can organic white corn, okra chopped coarsely, roma tomatoes cut into large chunks, red kidney beans, tectured vegetable protein, and ground turkey.
Main dish okra recipes added by Dr Claiborne on Jan 3, 2011

Best Okra dishes - easy dishes with Okra - healthy Okra dishes

The products of Okra are mucilaginous, resulting in the characteristic slime when the seed pods are cooked; the mucilage contains a usable form of soluble fiber. While many people enjoy okra cooked this way, others prefer to minimize sliminess; keeping the pods intact and cooking quickly help to achieve this. To avoid sliminess, okra pods are often briefly stir-fried, or cooked with acidic ingredients such as citrus, tomatoes, or vinegar. A few drops of lemon juice will usually suffice. Alternatively the pods can be sliced thinly and cooked for a long time.
In Eastern Mediterranean okra is widely used in a thick stew made with vegetables and meat.
In Caribbean islands, okra is eaten as soup, often with fish. In Haiti it is cooked with rice and maize, and also used as a sauce for meat.