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July 18th, 2012 at 04:29 am

I've been trying to respond to the previous questions on my blog post for yesterday, but it won't accept it. Weird.

Anyway, I've made okra two ways so far. First, I wash it and cut the caps off. Then I cut it lengthwise in half. I put some olive oil in a bowl, add the okra and coat it, then add flour, cumin and salt and coat. The oil helps it to stick. Then I fry it in oil. Yummy!

But, this recipe is really awesome:

What does it taste like. Hmm, it has a mild, musky flavor. More earthy than cucumbers or squash. It has mucilaginous properties, which you might call slime. I didn't notice it in the finished products in the two recipes I use it in, but it does get on your knife, cutting board, etc.

4 Responses to “Can't comment?”

  1. LuckyRobin Says:

    Are you trying to put urls in your comments? Because if you are sometimes it gets caught in the spam bouncer even when it's a legitimate link and it won't let the comment post at all. I got to play that game the first week of July.

  2. rob62521 Says:

    Sounds yummy!

  3. cptacek Says:

    Must have been the url. Thanks, LuckyRobin!

    I added zucchini and yellow squash to the above recipe, because, well, I am getting buried from all of them. Turned out great again!

  4. Jerry Says:

    We have been living in SE Europe for the past few years, and they make a pickled okra here that is absolutely delicious. It's my wife's favorite, and she and my oldest daughter could go through a whole bottle in one meal! The only problem is that, if you aren't used to it, the pickling process can make the food initially a little rough on the tummy (gas, mainly). After that, though, you have some insurance that it won't bother your GI system further. Smile Jerry

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