Top Rated Okra Recipes

Chef Stanley's Authentic New Orleans Gumbo
Stanley Broussard is the executive chef at Roux on Orleans at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel. This is the gumbo that chef Broussard prepares every Wednesday, when he leads a weekly gumbo demonstration and tasting. 
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Sautéed Okra
Sautéed okra is a quick vegetarian treat and the perfect side dish to any Indian meal. The recipe calls for amchur, which is a dried mango powder that adds a tart, tangy undertone to anything you add it to. Feel free to omit it if you can’t find it at the store — the okra will be tasty either way.Recipe courtesy of Rasheeda Blogs
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4.5
Vegan Filé Okra Gumbo
A classic gumbo contains a variety of seafood, meats and vegetables in a thick roux, typically served over rice. This recipe gives a spin to this Creole cuisine to make it vegan-friendly for anyone under dietary restrictions. He recommends only using Italian vegan sausages because other sausages may not mix well with the seasonings used in his gumbo.  This recipe is courtesy of Chef Kenneth Temple.
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4.5
Gumbo Casserole
Separately, gumbo and casserole are two tasty delights. Together, it's the comfort dish only dreams are made of.Courtesy of Campbell Soup Company
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4.5
Shrimp Remoulade
Chef David Kinch may be known for his landmark three Michelin-starred California restaurant Manresa, but at The Bywater in Los Gatos, California, he's showcasing the best of New Orleans, the city where he grew up. Here is The Bywater's recipe for classic shrimp remoulade.
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Barbecue Chipotle Burgers
Slather your own homemade "beerbecue sauce" on a perfectly grilled burger patty and serve it up on the bun of all buns: Texas Toast. This recipe is courtesy of Beef - It's What's For Dinner.
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4.5
Canh Chua Cá
Canh Chua Cá is a sweet and spicy Vietnamese fish soup. Serve it with a bowl of rice and enjoy!Recipe courtesy of Tabasco and created by Chef  Peter Nguyen of Banh Mi Boys
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4.5
Creole Seafood Gumbo
Gumbo is a traditional dish native to Louisiana. You can't find a restaurant without this Creole and Cajun stew dish perfectly paired with spicy seasonings and seafood. This recipe is courtesy of chef Danny Trace.
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4.5
Fried Okra Recipe
Okra is a staple of the South, and it gets even more of a Southern kick when it's dusted in cornmeal and deep-fried.For this dish and more, check out 10 recipes Southerners always have on their Thanksgiving table.
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Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
Proud Louisiana State University grads Clay Boulware and Adam Lathan couldn’t find any good gumbo in New York, so they decided to take things into their own hands by opening up an authentic Cajun restaurant that serves up spicy gumbo and huge po'boys. This recipe comes straight from their kitchen, and they recommend making it a day before you plan on serving it, as it will be even better after a night in the fridge. Kick it up a notch with hot sauce and extra cayenne pepper.Recipe courtesy of The Gumbo Bros.
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Vitello tonnato is a classic Italian dish of sliced veal with a mayonnaise-based sauce. For this recipe, chef Greg Hardesty of Recess in Indianapolis puts a Hoosier-touch to it by replacing the veal with pork and adding cayenne and pickled okra. 
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3.5
Bhindi Masala Appetizers
If you didn't grow up cooking Indian food, then it's sometimes a daunting cuisine to take on. But after living in India for a year I discovered that there are basics even non-Indians can master. The first secret is in cooking for a long time — Indian cuisine is all about developing the flavors and if you want a quick fix, then you shouldn't even start. The second secret is proper spices — don't take out ground cumin that's been sitting in your cabinet for months and don't buy a garam masala from a generic brand. Buy fresh cumin seeds, fresh coriander, and find a real spice market for an original garam masala blend. This okra appetizer is a primer for anyone who wants to try cooking Indian food but is a bit hesitant. There's nothing complicated; you just have to leave time for simmering. Take it from a white girl who loves Indian food: You can do it! Click here to see 5 Naan-Inspired Recipes.
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