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21 May 2008

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Marc @ NoRecipes

That looks perfect, lightly battered, and crisp on the outside! Here's a little tempura trivia. Did you know tempura didn't originate in Japan? It's one of a few dishes that came from Portugal a few hundred years ago.

Stephanie

This looks wonderful! Sadly though, don't see a lot of okra in our markets.

syrie

Thanks Marc! That is such an interesting fact...thanks for sharing. I love finding out about the origins of food.

Thanks for visiting Stephanie...perhaps you should consider growing it!

Laurie Constantino

Oh, I'm definitely make this in September when we're in Greece - I always have more okra than I know what to do with. Great recipe, Syrie!

mary-anne

I always use cornstarch for deep fried items as they stay crispy even when cold. Would tapioca flour be the same way?

mycookinghut

I love okra and never thought of making okra tempura. A very good idea!

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Did you know tempura didn't originate in Japan? It's one of a few dishes that came from Portugal a few hundred years ago.

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