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  • Sharron Mitchell

    pan fried okra•12 oz okra (I used a bag of frozen okra, thawed in the fridge) •Coconut oil •Salt •Pepper •Crushed red pepper flakes 1.Slice the okra in half lengthwise. 2.Heat 1 tbsp oil in pan over medium-high heat. 3.Add half of the okra and season them. 4.Cook okra, turning often, until browned and partly crispy. 5.Do the next batch.

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