SO GOOD! My new go-to for fresh okra. So different than fried okra or stewed okra & tomatoes and super easy.
Denise482 Posted: 06/08/10
elwook16 Posted: 07/11/10
We loved this recipe. The okra's texture was great...in other words not slimey like it can be. Only changes that I will do next time...toast the okra-to get lightly browned first, remove from pan, then follow the original steps--but take a few minutes off at the end. While trying to get the okra browned and to a good texture the rest of the ingredients were a bit overcooked. I am also going to double all ingredients (except okra) next time too because I think it can handle it...if not, will adjust to taste.
HiloFoodie Posted: 05/23/11
Wow - delicious! I am a huge okra fan & this will be in my favorite okra recipe rotation. I didn't add the serrano, because I didn't have any, but will be sure to top it with cayenne powder. Thanks for the GREAT recipe once again Cooking Light!
JenniferM Posted: 07/26/12
I am not an okra fan, and I really enjoyed this. The texture was not bad and flavors were very good. Next time I will toast the okra first like a previous reviewer suggested. Will definitely make this again.
alphabetizing Posted: 09/09/14
One of the few fast veggie recipes that's actually as fast as it claims, yet still has interesting depth of flavor. Good option for okra, would make again. I served with CL's crockpot chicken korma; i was a good way to round out the meal. Just don't forget to toast the mustard seeds BEFORE you add the oil. I wasn't paying enough attention to the recipe and OOPS that was an oil-splattering mess.
davidz Posted: 09/08/13
I love this simple recipe. Makes a great side dish for any indian inspired main course. I often make this with Tandoori chicken. Also, I have never made this recipe with Okra, but I have used this recipe many times substituting the Okra for Green Beans or Zucchini. Always turns out great!
greyrose Posted: 09/01/14
I baked the okra before and it turned out great. I also used less salt. One thing that happened was that when I was frying everything, the frying pepper made me cough a lot and I don't have a vent in my kitchen.
MiinaB Posted: 12/24/13
Comes out great every time, probably can trim a bit of the oil.