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Thread: How Do You Bread Your Okra ?

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    Senior Member patsyo56721's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    Bloomingdale, GA
    Quote Originally Posted by mermaid
    Gramma, google Paula Deen's recipe..she uses buttermilk. I preboil my pods, cool in water and while they're "slimy" I coat in seasoned cornmeal and fry--whole is to die for. But I love the skillet fried also, with breaded green tomato pieces added...about 70/30 ratio.
    sounds devine Love fried okra & fried green tomatoes

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    Senior Member Gramma's Avatar
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    Lake City, FL
    Love fried green tomatoes!

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    Super Member Quiltaddict's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    Southern California
    Quote Originally Posted by dreamboat
    I like to bread my own with cornmeal and salt and pepper.
    The okra that you buy at the store that is frozen and breaded is too much breaded stuff. I just fry it in a little bit of coconut oil and keep turning it until it is all brown on both sides.
    I agree that fresh is better, but living in Southern California it is very hard to find fresh okra. It's not a vegetable that most people from here have even heard of.

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