Shana Frozen Whole Baby Okra 400g 97p or 3 for £2 @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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LADY'S FINGERS. These frozen SHANA Okra come to you farm fresh. Selected and trimmed with the greatest care, they are freshly frozen within hours of being picked to retain the nutritional goodness, taste and tenderness that you demand for your family. SHANA Whole Baby Okra are carefully hand-picked from farms which maintain the highest quality. The tender Okra are washed, trimmed and quickly frozen to ensure that the tenderness, taste and all nutritional goodness is retained. Conveniently trimmed frozen SHANA Okra reach your home farm fresh, ready to cook as you have always enjoyed.

These baby okra are really tasty and tender and a bargain at 3 packets for £2
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1 Like #1
I thought I would post the recipe that I use to cook them :thumbsup:

Balsamic Vinegar
125ml Olive Oil
1 Onion Chopped
2 Cloves Of Garlic Crushed
1 Carton Of Passata
Salt And Pepper

Put the frozen okra in a dish and sprinkle with balsamic vinegar and salt, leave them to soak up the vinegar for 2 hours.

Put olive oil, onion and garlic in a pot and saute until soft.

Add the passata, okra and salt and pepper and enough boiling water to just cover the okra.

Bring to the boil then simmer very gently with lid on for 2 hours.

BON APETIT :-D
#2
Sounds good !
#3
Sounds like these would go well with chips
1 Like #4
[SIZE=5]Bamia basrani[/SIZE]

An Iraqi dish from Basra

400g frozen okra
3 tbs olive oil
2 medium onions thinly sliced
2 large cloves garlic quartered
tin of chopped tomatoes
1/2 tsp turmeric
1/2 tsp coriander
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
juice of 1 lemon

heat the oil and sweat onions and garlic until soft and going slightly brown
add the okra and cook whole for a few minutes, stirring gently (you must not break the skin of the okra or it goes sticky and gloopy)
now add the tomatoes and continue to stir gently for another minute
add the turmeric, coriander, salt and pepper
cover with water, bring quickly to the boil then lower the heat and simmer for 30-40 minutes until the okra is tender
stir in the lemon juice and cook for another 10 minutes.
serve with boiled basmati rice.
#5
Shambles
Sounds like these would go well with chips


They go lovely with chips because the sauce is delicious for dipping them in :-D
#6
thankyou for the post and recipes :) heat and rep
#7
I was fortunate enough to live in India for a few years, Okra still leaves me shiveriing with fear to this day. I hated them with a passion.
#8
Love a bit of Okra - The frozen ones are good, I normally drop a handful or two in when a curry is nearly finished cooking...yum yum, will have to make one next week I think. Heat added!
#9
okra... isnt that killer whale??? :P
#11
I love a lady's finger... :thumbsup:
#12
mdekq007;8078632
okra... isnt that killer whale??? :P


I thought that when I first read it, frozen baby whale!! Well, you couldn't get an adult one in the freezer
#13
didnt know people in this country eat okra :? i love okra :)
#14
That is one fantastic site. Thanks for the add.:thumbsup:
#15
Great price :thumbsup:

Having said that, I hate okra, real slimy. Or is that just my bad cooking :p
#16
TAJ Okra is £1 for 1KG at my local ASDA
#17
lady fingers
#19
Orca and okra, how are they even the same?

woodstock
I thought that when I first read it, frozen baby whale!! Well, you couldn't get an adult one in the freezer
#20
Purrrrrrfect veg and recipes .....thank you.
#21
No matter what i do frozen okra always becomes sticky when I make the dish, no problem with I prepare same dish with the fresh ones.. may be I am not cooking the right way
#22
These packs were reduced to 40p in my local Tesco a month ago.

I love these slimy pods of goodness..
Okra has several heath benefits, as it is rich in vitamin A, thiamin, vitamin B6, vitamin C, folic acid, riboflavin, calcium, zinc and dietary fiber. It is also enriched with amino acids, with the likes of tryptophan, cystine and other sulfur amino acids.

If you dont like the texture, fry them and cover them with "chat" masala and "amchoor"- mango powder...yum!:thumbsup:
#23
sach1636
No matter what i do frozen okra always becomes sticky when I make the dish, no problem with I prepare same dish with the fresh ones.. may be I am not cooking the right way


okra releases a sticky substance when over cooked.
This is why it is a vital ingredient in stews and gumbo, the sticky substance acts as a thickener.
#24
Civic EG6;8080562
Orca and okra, how are they even the same?


Oh please! Did it hurt when they removed your sense of humour?

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