5 Reviews

This looked to simple to be good. I've made okra/tomatoes for years, but this was a twist I wanted to try. The only thing I added was a 1/2 onion to okra. Mine looked totally different, more fresh looking and not as stewed looking. Served with rice and hamburger patties. I ended up mixing them together and it was one of the best garden dishes I've made for sure. Note- I used 1 can stewed tomatoes instead of fresh.

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Audrey A. July 01, 2016

Great recipe! I made this last night with okra from my local farmer's market, fresh sweet corn, and a combination of fresh and canned tomatoes. I did saute 1/2 of a red onion, diced, and a couple of minced garlic cloves with the okra. This is delicious! I recommend that you make a pan of cornbread and crumble a square of it into your bowlful of hot okra, corn, and tomatoes before digging it. Will be making another, bigger batch of this while corn and okra are locally available. Excellent recipe for true, and healthy, comfort food!

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Ally G. September 09, 2015

I've grown up eating a variation of this recipe....usually had onions in it as well. Now, I add some garlic too. I made this as posted to be true to the recipe, and it was delicious! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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breezermom May 06, 2010

My biggest complaint for many okra dishes is that it is slimey. By cooking the okra until it no longer "strings" that eliminated the problem. This is a delicious recipe that I made with the first of fresh garden okra.

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PaulaG July 12, 2006

Just had to review this recipe. I have made this recipe, minus the measurements for years. I am a throw it in the pan, cook. This is a really great way to use those fresh veggies and at times, I also cut up a fresh onion in it. Thanks for submitting.

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Jellyqueen April 19, 2005
Okra, Corn, and Tomatoes