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A question about a recipe: Okra Fritters with Yogurt & mint dip

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I have a question about step 2 on the recipe "Okra Fritters with Yogurt & mint dip " from Pallavi Gupta. It says:

"Wash Okra under cold running water, pat dry with a towel and trim the ends off. "

asked by kak10956 over 2 years ago
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drbabs

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added over 2 years ago

The stem I'm guessing.

Me_savannah01
added over 2 years ago

yes, the tip of the okra is what you would want to snip. You could even leave it as it is. Just wash it and pat dry in a towel so that it doesn't get slimy upon dipping in the batter.