(Shared recipe submitted by Edwina Price Snyder)
Edwina writes: "Many people don't like boiled okra. Try it this way. The vinegar removes lots of the slime. I use about one box of the okra, but I grow my own in pots on the patio. After all, okra is a type of hibiscus and many people grow hibiscus in pots to keep them from freezing in winter."
- Fresh okra
- Salt to taste
- Margarine or butter
- Worcestershire sauce
- Red wine vinegar
Cut the okra into round slices about 1/2-inch thick. Place in a saucepan and cover with water. Add salt to taste and a heaping tablespoon of good tasting margarine. Then add about two good dashes of Worcestershire sauce and red wine vinegar to taste. Boil until okra is done.
About Edwina: Edwina, originally from Mississippi, lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Her e-mail address is email@example.com.
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