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Going through my drafts today I saw this post which has been lying there since last year. There are many others lying there forgotten but I will see they are published soon.
This recipe is plain okro. Unlike Ila asepo (HERE) or Otong Soup (HERE), steamed okro is served with stew to enjoy with swallow. It’s popular among Yorubas. It’s quick and simple to cook. Here is my simple steps to cooking okro. Let’s go:
Cooking time: 2 minutes
Total time: 7 minutes
Locust beans (Iru)
Beef stock (Optional)
Tip: Okro continues cooking in retained heat after taking off cooker so be careful it doesn’t stay on heat for too long. 5) That’s slimy, green okro done. Serve with stew and swallow of choice I served with amala and beef stew below Enjoy. ” You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have”- Bob marley