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    I love okra but I don't like the slipperiness of it in several recipes. In this recipe, I pan-fry the okra first to seal the surface before adding it to liquids, which is when it seems to release its sliminess.

    Recipe #173237

    Good for dipping Korean Dumplings or Chon ( pan fried Korean vegetables)

    Recipe #191136

    This is a vey simple and tasty way to prepare the ever abundant and cheap zucchini. To be served with a Korean dipping soy sauce. recipe 191136

    Recipe #191137

    My favorite way to eat artichokes is the simplest. I gave the recipe for two, because I like to sit and eat one with my sister. However, adjust the recipe for however many you want to make. I use pepper but not salt to season, but of course you can use salt if you prefer a saltier taste.

    Recipe #190010

    Broccoli, steamed, with a sauce made with orange and lemon juice, and curry powder! Yummy!

    Recipe #180509

    There are intriguing flavor combinations of this Thai cuisine dish. The mild zucchini is a perfect partner for the stronger flavors in this dish. Compliments of Above & Beyond Parsley, Kansas City, Missouri.

    Recipe #19012

    9 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is from a March 1994 Betty Crocker cookbooklet. My garden is doing great and I was looking for new and different ways to prepare okra. This is a nice low-fat version.

    Recipe #179124

    2 Reviews |  By Calee

    Marinated zucchini and artichokes tossed with romaine and fresh mushrooms

    Recipe #178242

    chilled tasty raita

    Recipe #176782

    When I was 10, my mom made me try this in order to have dessert, and I have been hooked on it ever since. note 1: I always use frozen green beans note 2: Do NOT use garlic powder!

    Recipe #176803

    I created this recipe one evening when I wanted something just a little bit special to serve my husband. It's so simple, yet tastes so very rich.

    Recipe #16327

    The original recipe came from the Africhef recipe website, however I make it just a little bit different. This can be served as a side dish, or over rice as a main dish!

    Recipe #173495

    Delicious and spicy green beans, just like your favorite Chinese restaurant. Be careful with the sesame oil, or it can overpower your beans. Prep time includes steaming the beans.

    Recipe #53164

    This is good and very pretty. The cauliflower turns a lovely yellow color. Be generous with the spices and use lots of garlic! Don’t use frozen spinach for this one. This recipe is meant to be served as a side dish or as one of many dishes in the typical Indian style.

    Recipe #172274

    2 Reviews |  By Jazmina

    This is one of my favorite recipes! Straight out of the west indies, it turned me into a spinach lover and it is easy to make. I hope you enjoy

    Recipe #171965

    From Nora Pouillon, this salad pairs beautifully with grilled shrimp, seared tuna or other fish or seafood.

    Recipe #170189

    This is a very tasy and simple dish to make. I had a this dish when I was India and this is my interpretation. I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #155776

    7 Reviews |  By Anu

    Another spartan vegetable side that we make at home, but this one's always been my favourite and is the reason why I love french beans! Once when I was a kid, I sat on my kitchen platform and ate the entire 4 servings of this dish that my mom made, while she was cooking the rest of dinner!

    Recipe #17668

    If you can't get fresh nopales, you can substitute a 12 - 15 ounce jar of the cactus pieces, drained. If you can't find Mexican queso fresco, you can substitue feta cheese--but the feta may be saltier than the queso so adjust your seasoning.

    Recipe #169725

    Chinese people do not eat raw vegetables. We cook them. You can add meat or mushrooms to the dish. This is very flexible. I would just like to introduce this to people worldwide.

    Recipe #39020

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