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Creole Caesar Salad With Corn Bread Croutons

My love for okra began as a child and continues to border on just this side of insanity. I love okra. As a young boy, I would smuggle a brown bag full of fried okra into the movies as my better-than-popcorn...

Author: Alexander Smalls

Seafood Gumbo

For most people, the word gumbo immediately conjures the Cajun and Creole cooking of Louisiana. But okra (ngombo in Bantu), for which the soup-stew is named, reached South Carolina with the slave trade...

Author: Edna Lewis

Curried Okra with Chickpeas and Tomatoes

An easy Curried Okra recipe

Shrimp and Andouille Gumbo

Author: Bruce Mattel

Callaloo Stew

Author: Beatriz Llamas

Armenian Vegetable Stew

Author: Claire S. Kedeshian

Fried Okra

Nothing says "Southern" like the smell of okra frying in a cast-iron skillet atop an angry flame. Done right, everybody loves okra. I have been known to turn the most fervent okra haters into okra lovers....

Author: Alexander Smalls

New Orleans Shrimp, Okra, and Tomato Sauté

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Crispy Okra Salad

Author: Suvir Saran

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

Author: Bon Appétit Test Kitchen

Pork, Vegetable, and Tamarind Stew

The finished stew should be decidedly sour, tamarind's calling card, but you're in control of how ­puckery things get. You can sub other vegetables or simplify the array, but be very careful not to overcook...

Okra Cornmeal Fritters

Author: Ruth Cousineau

Farmland Vegetable Pie

Author: Ian Knauer

Okra with Scallion, Lime, and Ginger

Steaming unlocks the succulence of okra. Here, the pods are tossed with slivered ginger and a Vietnamese-inspired scallion oil in an all-purpose dish that's great with grilled steak or chicken, or with...

Author: Maggie Ruggiero

Senegalese Rice with Fish

Author: Alexis Touchet

Okra Fries

The key here is using cornstarch and rice flour. Cutting the okra in half from top to bottom, the seeds cling to the rice flour and cornstarch so the batter isn't going anywhere.

Author: JJ Johnson

Steak, Tomato, and Okra Kebabs

Author: Melissa Roberts

Crisp Okra in Yogurt Sauce

Author: Maya Kaimal

Lamb Stew with Okra and Green Pepper

Author: Hatice Sivrican