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February 3, 2013

Okra stew (vegan), from Taste of Beirut

Okra stew (vegan), for Meatless Monday, from Taste of Beirut (on Soup Chick).

Joumana of Taste of Beirut promises that this vegan okra stew is not the least little bit slimy, so if that's been your objection to okra in the past, you can feel confident that this stew is for you. Start with frozen okra, a convenience product found at Middle Eastern markets, and homemade or store-bought tomato sauce. Add traditional Lebanese flavors -- allspice, lemon, garlic. I might even toss in a pinch of cinnamon. Serve the stew over couscous or rice, or scooped up with wedges of pita bread. It's great for a Meatless Monday main dish.

Get the recipe for okra stew on Taste of Beirut.

More on Soup Chick:
Lentil and brown rice soup with preserved lemon and garlic chicken sausage

Comments

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Posted by: Kalyn | February 3, 2013 at 01:20 PM

I love that blog! I haven't cooked okra much, but I bet this is good.

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Posted by: Lydia (Soup Chick) | February 3, 2013 at 04:54 PM

Kalyn, I love Taste of Beirut, too!

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