- 1 How do you remove the stickiness from frozen okra?
- 2 Can I use frozen okra instead of fresh?
- 3 Is frozen okra good?
- 4 Do I need to thaw frozen okra before frying?
- 5 Why is okra bad for you?
- 6 Can frozen okra go bad?
- 7 What is the best way to freeze okra?
- 8 Can frozen breaded okra be baked?
- 9 How long do you boil frozen okra?
- 10 Can you use frozen okra to make okra water?
- 11 Is okra good for ladies?
- 12 What is the best way to eat okra?
- 13 How long does okra take to cook?
How do you remove the stickiness from frozen okra?
Soaking it in Vinegar (Optional) Some say that soaking Okra in a Vinegar and Water (mix together 1 cup Vinegar in a litre of water) solution for an hour can help reduce the slime. We’ve never tried it because we’ve never felt the need for it, but you could give it a go if you have an extra hour.
Can I use frozen okra instead of fresh?
Do not substitute frozen okra, which will be too watery. Wash okra and pat dry. Remove tips and ends, and cut into 1/2-inch slices. Add okra, tossing well until coated.
Is frozen okra good?
Frozen baby okra, in a bag or a box, is actually as good a vegetable as I have ever bought from a farmer. The pods are small and firm and never seem waterlogged or freezer distressed like other frozen green vegetables, and you never have to deal with the prickly fuzz that covers superfresh pods.
Do I need to thaw frozen okra before frying?
Do you thaw frozen okra before frying? I much prefer this made with fresh okra, but in all honesty, frozen cut okra works really well. And a lot of the work is already done for you being that it’s been washed, trimmed, and cut into bite size pieces. You’ll just need to thaw it completely first.
Why is okra bad for you?
Eating too much okra can adversely affect some people. Gastrointestinal problems: Okra contains fructans, which is a type of carbohydrate. Fructans can cause diarrhea, gas, cramping, and bloating in people with existing bowel problems. Kidney stones: Okra is high in oxalates.
Can frozen okra go bad?
Freezing Okra Okra lasts only 2 to 3 days in the fridge, but is good for 10 to 12 months when frozen.
What is the best way to freeze okra?
Place whole pods into airtight freezer bags or containers. Or cut pods crosswise prior to freezing. For either method, you can also individually quick freeze pods or pieces by placing them on a parchment-lined tray and slipping it into the freezer for a few hours. Once they’re frozen, place them into freezer bags.
Can frozen breaded okra be baked?
Frozen breaded okra is commonly deep fried or pan-fried until it is golden brown and crispy. Sprinkle olive oil on a baking sheet, then spread frozen okra in an even layer. Bake it at 400 F for 20 minutes.
How long do you boil frozen okra?
- Place okra in a sause pan and cover with water, and add lemon juice.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.
- Bring to boil.
- Simmer for 8-10 minutes.
- No longer!
- The taste is great!
- Not mushy, but not crisp at all.
- I used the frozen, cut okra.
Can you use frozen okra to make okra water?
You can soak okra and squeeze the mucilage into water for a cooling drink or blend it with frozen fruit for a nutritious smoothie.
Is okra good for ladies?
Okra is a good source of folate, with 1 cup (100 grams) providing 15% of a woman’s daily needs for this nutrient. Summary Eating okra may help pregnant women meet their daily folate needs. Folate is important for preventing neural tube defects.
What is the best way to eat okra?
Here are a few ways to prepare okra:
- Fried. Dredged in egg and cornmeal and fried to a golden crisp, it’s a “simple Southern classic.” Add a twist by making it curried.
- Gumbo, of course. Try it with seafood, chicken and sausage, or no meat at all; there are a zillion recipes out there.
How long does okra take to cook?
Place okra in a saucepan; add enough water to cover the okra and salt to taste; bring the water to boil. Cover the pan and cook 8 to 10 minutes or until the okra is tender. Drain well and, if desired, toss with a little butter.