Jungle Red Lamb
There are many different ways of cooking okra or ladyfingers. This is the okra dish that my mum cooked for my dad as a simple, quick flash in the pan dish. It is delicious and makes a great side accompaniment to any Indian meal. My brother has always been a fan of okra and I'm hoping that just quoting his words will make you want to give this dish a go. Simply this is "food of the gods".
I like to have my okra fairly crisp but if you prefer them slightly more soft continue to cook them for a little longer. These make a great accompaniment to any saucy dish and add a lovey contrast.
If you are like me and have spice cravings then try them on toast with a little yoghurt - you won't be disappointed.
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||0.6|
|of which sugars (g)||2.7|