Ode to Okra, part 2 – Pan-Seared Okra and Corn


 

Because of the damage from the caterpillars (at least I think that is who ate the leaves), I lost most of my okra plants. So the harvest is slow, although ‘pitiful’ may be the better term.  But I finally have enough to do some pan-searing, so I made a half-recipe.  When I have more okra, I often do this without the corn, but it is great both ways.

This dish was a real surprise when I first made it last year.  Even Cam (2 years old at the time) loved the pan-seared okra – he once ate the bowl containing all 3 servings before anyone else could get to it!  A toddler scarfing down okra, who would have thought?

Pan-Seared Okra and Corn

1/2 pound okra (from the garden)

2 cups corn, cut from the cob – Since I did not have fresh cobs, I used some of my previously frozen corn.

1 Tbsp olive oil

Pinch of salt

Pinch of freshly ground black pepper

Cut the okra – I like lengthwise for this recipe.

Combine okra and corn in a bowl.  Toss with oil, salt and pepper.

Heat a nonstick skillet over high heat.  When hot add the okra and corn (leave any excess oil in the bowl). Cook without stirring for 3 minutes, then stir, flipping okra.

Cook for another 3-4 minutes, til well seared. Remove to a serving bowl and adjust seasoning.  Enjoy!

Serves 4

 

Categories: Kosher, Okra, Recipe, Vegetarian | Tags: | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Ode to Okra, part 2 – Pan-Seared Okra and Corn

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Let me know what you think of this post, and if you try the recipe, please let me know how it was and any suggestions you have. Thanks, Andrea

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