Grilled okra is great finger food: Just dip and eat. Let the grill heat for 15 to 20 minutes to make sure it’s nice and hot before cooking the okra. High heat ensures that okra cooks quickly and maintains its crunch.
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This dip is out of this world. I used half smoked paprika and half hot Hungarian paprika and it was so good! Spicy, smoky and creamy with a bit of tartness from the onion and lemon juice. Don't skip the cilantro, either. SO GOOD! It paired really well with the okra but I can see this slathered on a hamburger, too. Yum.
okay, I am here to tell you that this dip is fabulous! on everything! took this to a cookout yesterday... there was grilled okra and used the dip. YUM Then we had smoked chicken,with the dip.... holy cow ! GREAT!
This is an excellent okra recipe; definitely a keeper. For some reason it reminded me of eating fried okra; maybe it's the fact that they crisp up quite a bit. You can probably cut the sauce portion in half because I only used about 1/4 of the sauce.
Easy and delicious!Recipe says use only pods 2 inches approximately but I've found this to be delicious with big or small pods.
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