Okra is just one of the most beautiful vegetables. I love it's shape and its colour. I always go for the small ones as they are more tender. I was always taught to cook okra dry and not to add any liquid as this makes them slimy. North Indian cooking of okra tends to be more about frying, south indian is about embracing the goo and giving the fingers a bit of a sauce.
Serve when you want to impress someone one with your Indian knowledge and skills. Really quick and easy to cook making it a delightful side dish.
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||1.5|
|of which sugars (g)||2.8|