Southern fried okra. But nothing beats straight up fried okra. It is simple and delicious and you can't stop popping one piece. Golden brown with a little fresh green showing through, these okra nuggets are crunchy and addicting!
Fried Okra made with buttermilk, flour, cornmeal, okra, and seasoning is savory, crispy, and fried to perfection in. A prerequisite to being branded as a true Southerner is learning to properly fry. Southern Fried Okra: (adapted from Ezra Poundcake). You can cook Southern fried okra using 9 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Southern fried okra
- You need 1 of and ahalf cup sliced fresh or frozen or Okra Thawed.
- Prepare Tablespoons of butter milk.
- Prepare 2 tablespoons of all purpose flour.
- You need 2 tablespoons of cornmeal.
- You need of Quarter teaspoon salt.
- Prepare of Quarter teaspoon garlic herb seasoning blend.
- It’s 8 of th teaspoon pepper.
- You need of Oil for deep fat fry.
- Prepare of Additional salt and pepper optional.
Pan Fried Okra without breading is an easy way to enjoy fresh okra. A little bacon grease added to Share your memories of this great Southern dish with us. It will only take a minute or two for you to. Fried okra is a truly delicious side dish.
Southern fried okra instructions
- Pat the okra dry with paper towels. Place buttermilk in a shallow bowl. In another shallow bowl, Combined the Flour, cornmeal, salt, seasoning blend and pepper. Dip okra in buttermilk, then roll in cornmeal mixture..
- In and electric skillet or deep fat fryer, One in period of oil to 375°. Fry the okra, A few pieces at a time, for one and ahalf to 2 1/2 minutes on each side or until golden brown. Drain the fried okra on paper towels. Season with additional salt and pepper if desired..
It seems no matter the time of year, whether it be frozen or fresh, okra always adds that "fresh from the garden" taste to any meal. Fried okra is my all-time favorite vegetable. Classic Southern style, cast iron skillet fried okra. I ran across some of last year's okra I grew and put up, waiting in the freezer for me to use up, so I decided I better get. Fresh, fried okra is soo simple to fix and soo good!